Low Head Pilot Station

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Built1805
Renovated
399 Low Head Rd
Low Head
George Town 7253
399 Low Head Rd
Low Head
George Town 7253

Amenities

Facilities

  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)

Alcohol and Catering

  • Alcohol Allowed
  • Onsite Kitchen

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Meeting Space

Meeting Rooms1
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms9

Nearby

Distance from Airport

  • 6.5 km from Venue

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Low Head Pilot Station is a historical precinct with 9 self-contained cottages, charming heritage museum, lighthouse and café facilities in Tasmania’s pristine Tamar Valley. Owned by Virgin Australia Co-Founders Brett Godfrey and Rob Sherrard, the property dates back to 1805 and is just 40 minutes from Launceston. A unique and historical precinct situated at the entry of the Tamar River in Northern Tasmania just 40 minutes drive from Launceston, Australia. Dating back to 1805, the Low Head Conservation Area is the oldest Pilot and Signal Station in Australia and has run continuously since 1833. Offering a diverse range of 19th century buildings overlooking Bass Strait, this charming precinct - Low Head Pilot Station - is a haven of tranquillity and serenity surrounded by pristine beaches and magnificent views.

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