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Branxholm intro. Both island and Australian state, Tasmania and its surrounding islands give a new perspective to holidays on this unique continent. This pretty corner of the country is known as the ‘Island of Inspiration’ for its unspoilt natural beauty and rolling hills hiding small towns such as Branxholm, set in the island’s northeastern region and famous for its timber and hops. Sprawling across a verdant valley floor, it was firmly settled by 1883, first based on tin mining which was replaced over the years by logging. Close by is Mount Horror, standing amid gum and pine plantations, and offering superb views of the countryside. Branxholm hotels cater for summer visitors aiming to fish in the Ringarooma River just outside the town, with hiking, biking and walking in the rolling hills other popular visitor draws. The historic city of Launceston lies a comfortable drive away in the Tamar River valley and is home to charming Georgian and Victorian heritage buildings.
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