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Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

1/ Scottsdale is in north east Tasmania. The beautiful Bridestowe Lavender Farm is located only 15 minutes west of Scottsdale.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

2/ The Bridestowe Lavender Farm has a well equipped shop and restaurant, which even sells lavender ice cream.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm Nabowla

3/ The view back to the Bridestowe Farm is through rows and rows of beautiful lavender.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

4/ The view back to the farm gives some idea of the size of the farmed area.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

5/ The view to the east looks towards Mt Stronach on the right.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

6/ The south view looks towards the Sideling Range.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

7/ The lavender fields present very interesting combinations of colour and geometry. They also smell of lovely lavender.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

8/ The view shows recently harvested rows of lavender. The green makes a great contrast to the purple to the right.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

9/ This view shows another example of colour and geometry in lavender.

Bridestowe Lavender Farm near Scotsdale

10/ This view shows the pond at the edge of the property.

 

Scottsdale Tasmania

1/ Scottsdale is in north eastern Tasmania. This photo shows King Street and George Street, which are the main shopping streets of the town. Scottsdale has a number of interesting old buildings in this area.

Scottsdale Tasmania

2/ The Uniting Church is an attractive old church in central King Street, Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Tasmania

3/ The Beulah BB of Scottsdale has almost fairyland, Victorian colors and lines.

Scottsdale Tasmania

4/ Like many Tasmanian towns Scottsdale has its own old mechanics institute.

Scottsdale Tasmania

5/ These grand, old palm trees dominate the lower King Street skyline of Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Tasmania

6/ This attractive Victorian building was probably once a shop cum house.

Scottsdale Tasmania

7/ The Scottsdale Hall is a grand, old Victorian building and now houses the tourist information office.

Scottsdale Tasmania

8/ The hall portico proclaims that it was built in 1881.

Scottsdale Tasmania

9/ A classic Victorian building, the Lords Hotel, dominates the King Street and George Street Corner of Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Tasmania

10/ The Forest Ecocentre is on the eastern end of Scottsdale. It tells the story of logging in the area.

11/ The land near Scottsdale is both picturesque and highly productive.

Sideling Lookout near Scottsdale

12/ This is the view from the Sideling Lookout looking east towards Scottsdale.

Springfield near Scottsdale

13/ This is the historic church at Springfield. Behind it is a cemetery. Springfield is just a few kilometres north of Scottsdale.

Springfield near Scottsdale

14/ This old house was once owned by a leading personality in the Springfield area.

 

Nabowla Tasmania

1/ Nabowla is a hamlet west of Scottsdale. It was a much larger town in the 19th Century, when it was the entry point for the nearby Lisle gold field. This photo shows the railway station at Nabowla. Trains no longer use this line. There are no shops at Nabowla.

Nabowla Tasmania

2/ This house in Nabowla may have once been a hotel.

Nabowla Tasmania

3/ This is the late 19th Century town hall of Nabowla.

former school at Nabowla Tasmania

4/ This is a former school, which is now a home.

former church at Nabowla Tasmania

5/ This old church has now also become a home.

cemetery at Nabowla Tasmania

6/ This is the cemetery south of Nabowla. The building was once a school.

meadows near Nabowla Tasmania

7/ There are rich meadows near Nabowla. This photo shows the lovely views you get, when the sun penetrates through the clouds.

meadow near Nabowla Tasmania

8/ This photo shows the rich meadow lands of Nabowla.

Nabowla Tasmania

9/ This photo was taken on the old road to Nabowla. It shows Mount Arthur in the distance.

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