Northern Midlands was created as a municipality following amalgamation of Evandale, Longford, Campbell Town, Ross and part of Fingal municipalities in 1993.
Immerse yourself in the Scenic Route whilst exploring the many activities in the Northern Midlands. Nurture your adventurous spirit with trout fishing, rock climbing, cycling, mountain biking, walking, hiking, and more. Discover delightful treasures in the many specialty shops and country markets. Uncover over 200 years of history.
Call into your nearest Visitor Information Centre to find out more.
Our towns and villages come to life throughout the year with many events, concerts, exhibitions, festivals, and shows. There’s always something to do in the Northern Midlands.
Council’s Community Calendar is great for a quick check at what’s on nearby too.
With a huge variety of accommodation options in the Northern Midlands, there’s something to suit all locations, tastes, and budgets on the Heritage Highway.
Rest and recharge at the many B&Bs, country cottages, and historic inns throughout the Northern Midlands.
Getting hungry? Looking for great coffee? You’re spoilt for choice of places to eat and drink. We’ve got everything from fancy, to rustic, from cute, to unique, from hearty to home-style, from award-winning to fast food.
We’ve got cafes, bakeries, restaurants, pubs, distilleries, wineries, takeaways and street food.
What are you waiting for?
Northern Midlands Towns and Villages encompasses the very heart of the rural farming areas to modern communities. Each village and town, has its own unique personality, architecture, stories, and cultural characteristics.
Tassie Transit: provide comfortable, hassle-free and affordable bus services to people of all ages to most corners of Tasmania.
Travelling through over 50 regional and remote towns and villages, passengers can get off the beaten track and truly experience the beauty that our state has to offer.