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DISTANCES: Devonport 45Km

Valley of Views - Wilmot is a small town with a village atmosphere and a rural pioneering background. The General Store at Wilmot has a link with the beginnings of the Coles family empire.

Wilmot residents have created an attraction with a trail of ingenious letter boxes all along the C132 road beginning at Forth.

Visitors can taste wines from grapes grown at the highest altitude in Tasmania at Wilmot Hills Vineyard.

There are a number of mature exotic trees that are of interest in the area.

Whilst driving into Wilmot, there are a number of pullover vantage positions on the road to view Mount Roland and Lake Barrington and the 1.5 hr walk to the Forth Falls is well worthwhile.

The steep climb up Bell Mountain rewards the effort with 360 degree spectacular views.


Wilmot Market

The Wilmot Market is held from 9am-2pm on the first Saturday of every month at the Wilmot Town Hall, Main Road, Wilmot.

Sample great tastes of the North West!

Wines from local vineyards, olive oils, honey, sorbet, fresh fruits, berries, vegies, jams, breads, sauces, conserves, pastries, cakes and biscuits. Browse at the bric a brac, hand-made crafts, jewellery, pre-loved clothes, soaps, lotions, gizmos and gifts.

For further information contact 6492 1302.


Camping and BBQ facilities at Lake Barrington, fishing.

The Old Wilmot Bakery, Wilmot Museum and Historic Centre, Lake Tea Gardens, Wilmot Hills Vineyard, Doll & Bear Museum, Laburnum Gardens/BBQ area, Forth Falls walking track, Wilmot River Trail - Stage One: Alma Bridge to Spellmans Reserve and Bell Mt Walking Track.