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All reviews huon pine wood carvings greg duncan amazing talent talented man no photography master craftsman entry fee central highlands lake st clair world class awe inspiring on display tasmanian history scones taking photos no photos allowed
This is epic and so thoughtful, I don’t know why anyone would gripe about the cost or the fact that you cannot take a photo. The story and craftsmanship are world class. I enjoyed a tea and scones in the courtyard afterwards and found the...More
This visit was a recommendation to view whilst travelling between Strahan and Hobart. Wow what an amazing exhibition of woodworking and craftsmanship!
It is hard to believe that the exhibits are wood carvings, such detail it is truly magnificent. This is truly something that should...More
Although Derwent Bridge is fairly remote, any traveller in Tasmania driving between Hobart and Queenstown or Strahan is going to pass through. If that reflects your travel plans, we can recommend a stop just east of Derwent Bridge for a period of reflection to look...More
This is a must for anyone visiting Tasmania. It is in the middle of nowhere but well worth the trip. This is one talented man who has selflessly donated his time and craft to this unique place. The workmanship and display of purposely unfinished craftsmanship...More
This place is literally in the middle of nowhere but well worth the trip. The artistry and workmanship is remarkable. Appreciated the signage about controlling unruly children. It must have worked as we had a very peaceful visit.
Had a opportunity to meet the artist...More
Clearly the artist is talented, but the whole place seemed very unfriendly. Sure, no photos is ok, but no need to plaster it all over the place. And so many of the panels seemed unfinished. Sure, I can understand leaving a few to show the...More
The building is magnificent and then you enter into a spectacular display of craftsmanship and while the signs say ‘don’t touch’ the temptation is overwhelming. Even though you know it is timber the gold in the cloth are so so real.
The way it is...More
Seems only word of mouth promotes this art gallery & it seems to work a treat based on the quality of the work inside.
A couple of kilometres on the eastern side of Derwent Bridge, is the Wall. What a great suprise.
Not well promoted,...More
Response from ol55Gezza | Reviewed this property |
Agree with the previous answers, but keep in mind the weather. The main roads are good and suitable for all weather conditions, however if you go "across country" and use single roads or dirt roads they can be very tricky if... More
Agree with the previous answers, but keep in mind the weather. The main roads are good and suitable for all weather conditions, however if you go "across country" and use single roads or dirt roads they can be very tricky if you are not use to the conditions and roads. Also this area is in the highlands, so be prepared for the temperature.
Response from Geoff333_13 | Reviewed this property |
As indicated by Peter H, there are various ways to travel there but if you are heading to the west coast from Launceston or from Hobart you will pass by anyway. The only disappointing aspect of this attraction is you cannot... More
As indicated by Peter H, there are various ways to travel there but if you are heading to the west coast from Launceston or from Hobart you will pass by anyway. The only disappointing aspect of this attraction is you cannot take photographs. If you are travelling to Hobart make sure you visit the Mona Exhibition. There is nothing else like it anywhere in the world - a must see if travelling to Tasmania.