About Brambletye

Brambletye Lodge local attractionsBrambletye Lodge is situated in the beautiful South Esk Valley and is just a short stroll from one of Tasmania’s best trout fishing rivers – the South Esk River.  The historic nature of Brambletye is evident the moment you step through the door – beautiful antiques adorn the rooms and a full sized billiard table commands your attention.  While playing billiards with your family and friends you can admire the fabulous view through lovely bay windows.
The large bay windows are tastefully scattered with cushions and make a perfect spot to while away the afternoon with a good book.

The biggest attraction for many people staying at the stately Brambletye Lodge is the privilege to fish this pristine stretch of the South Esk River – Tasmania’s longest river which can been seen from the bay windows. If you would like a Fly-fishing guide contact Daniel at riverfly.com.au

Driving from the turnoff to the Brambletye Lodge you will understand the peaceful nature of your surroundings as you feel your daily pressures drift away.  Gazing through your car windows on the way, you will see beef cattle and sheep stare back at you and crops in the paddocks around you.  Brambletye has been actively farmed for 170 years, so you have all the sights and sounds you would expect from a working farm.

There are thousands of local attractions you can avail your self of, including but not limited to the following:

  • The historic villiages of Ross and Evandale.
  • Historic Clarendon house.
  • Symmons Plains racing track.
  • The Launceston Cataract Gorge.
  • Ben Lomond National Park & ski fields.
  • The highland lakes.
  • Longfords Brickedon house and rose garden.
  • MONA