As you browse the site, add accommodation, tours, events and attractions to your personalised trip by clicking the heart icon. When you’re done, click the heart icon in the menu at the top of the website to view your wishlist.
Review your list, remove any items you no longer need, then select “View your itinerary” to see your trip on a map, or send it to a friend.
The Derwent Valley is named after the river that cuts through its centre, from Lake St Clair, along rolling farmlands and down past Hobart and out to the Tasman Sea. At the heart of the valley is the town of New Norfolk, a place to explore and find some of the best colonial architecture, eateries and antique shops in Southern Tasmania.
The Derwent Valley is also Southern Tasmania’s home to adventure sports. Experience the thrill of mountain biking in Maydena, kayaking down the Derwent, and abseiling down the Gordon Dam.
The Derwent Valley brims with plenty of surprise. There are whiskies to taste, farming settlements to visit, antiques to muse over and salmon ponds where the first brown trout were hatched in the 1800s.