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A ROUND OF APPLAUSE

Well done to whoever is behind this restoration. Excellent! Signage was good and captivating. Well... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
RetiredWazza
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Daylesford, Australia
Beautiful restoration of a lovely old mill

We were delighted to see that this Mill has been restored & is in use. It is a delight to see in... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Karen M
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Daylesford, Australia
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Mill Lane, Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well done to whoever is behind this restoration. Excellent! Signage was good and captivating. Well worth the stroll. Lots to think about - particularly with the shed of old machinery

3  Thank RetiredWazza
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were delighted to see that this Mill has been restored & is in use. It is a delight to see in this lovely old town of sandstone buildings celebrating its history.

2  Thank Karen M
Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

So good to see something so important to our history being taken care of this way.Thank you all involved.

1  Thank Dawn H
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

We loved the restoration of the mill and Oatlands but sadly the town being bypassed has suffered along with Ross less tourists this mill was not going and no tours available but still worth visiting.

Thank Alan B
Reviewed 17 May 2018

Beautifully maintained grounds & interesting historic farming area. Ease of parking & well signposted.

1  Thank AussieScott70
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

What a great town we came across on our way to Hobart. If you love history then you’ll love this town with lots of old cottages built in mid 1800. The Mill was great to see and I was amazed it was still operational and...More

1  Thank Doreen V
Reviewed 17 April 2018

I was amazed that there was a mill in this town. We could see it, but we had to find it closer. It is historic as well, as it was built in 1837. In those days it worked perfectly. Eventually it could not work any...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 4 April 2018

I thoroughly enjoyed walking around and photographing these lovely old buildings. Sadly the windmill wasn't open and I'm led to believe that it hasn't been open for quite some time. However the Millers cottage, the stables and the granary were all open. Everywhere was clean...More

Thank Eve1940
Reviewed 26 March 2018

We made 2 trips to see the mill. The first was on a public holiday and so when it was closed we were surprised as there was a lot of people around wanting to also see it. So we went back a day or two...More

1  Thank Geniepop
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

A lovely 19th C town featuring a still-working Windmill fully restored and surrounded by beautiful sandstone stables, granary etc. well worth a visit. We stopped in the middle of a rainstorm and after a cup of coffee, the weather cleared enough for us to explore....More

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Go right down the driveway, it's in the building at the end :)
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