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Callington Mill

Mill Lane, Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia
+61 3 6254 1212
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Historic Mill

We parked at the rear of the mill near Lake Dulverton and walked through the complex towards the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
John A
Beautiful historical site

You can't miss this place as the Windmill can be seen from a long way away and it sits as part of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Mill Lane, Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia
+61 3 6254 1212
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We parked at the rear of the mill near Lake Dulverton and walked through the complex towards the Main Street. It is really worth a stop, a very historic building along with most of the rest of the town. The mill has a shop and...More

Thank John A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can't miss this place as the Windmill can be seen from a long way away and it sits as part of the information centre. The grounds are beautiful and the Windmill and other buildings are amazing, so allow yourself an hour or so to...More

Thank Mitcham20
Reviewed 15 October 2017

This is an amazing old structure in the town of Oatlands.There is so much history in this old town with many old buildings intact.Worth visiting.

Thank Xena100bc
Reviewed 13 September 2017

After driving for hours through extremely windy conditions from Hobart, we decided to stop by Oatlands for a rest. What a beautiful small town. It seems that the clock has stopped in time and its quietness just invites to park along the Lake Dulverton. Right...More

Thank Chepe L
Reviewed 1 September 2017

We first saw this mill as we passed on the freeway going from Hobart to Cradle Mountain in December. On this latest trip, heading from Devonport down to Hobart, we decided to go and investigate and we're glad we did. It's lovely to see such...More

Thank Kleinewurstsemmel
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

This is one of the few things you can find in oatlands. The mill. It's unmissable, because it's the only, and the tallest structure in this small sleepy town. Go for historical significance of the place... and maybe a picture.

Thank kc_chan17
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Interesting place to visit and see an operational mill. Worth getting to see if you can see it operating .Town is also worth a look with that quaint old history charm.

Thank Debbie H
Reviewed 25 June 2017

We were travelling back to Bicheno from Hobart and stopped to see the Mill! The history is amazing, it is a well preserved small town and the working Windmill is a pleasant site. Well worth the side trip.

Thank Kelly C
Reviewed 4 June 2017

The history of this place is interesting. When we visited during our holidays, the miller was on holidays and we did not get the unique experience of seeing the mill in action and the windmills turning during our guided tour, which explained the features of...More

Thank Karen Y
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

We were driving from Hobart to Launceston when we saw this amazing Mill, we stopped and we were astonished with the beauty of this small old an well preserved little town. A must see.

Thank laugvaldez
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6 October 2016|
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Response from Ral T | Reviewed this property |
Go right down the driveway, it's in the building at the end :)