Campbell Town Tasmania

General photos of Campbell Town Tasmania in the Heart of Tasmania on the Heritage Highway between Hobart & Launceston.
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Red Bridge at Campbell town. Tasmania Camped along side the river many times on my holiday to Tasmania in 2013

Red Bridge at Campbell town. Tasmania Camped along side the river many times on my holiday to Tasmania in 2013

Original Campbell Town Hospital. Campbell Town Tasmania. Tasmania's first regional hospital was opened at Campbell Town in 1855. One of Campbell Towns most active early citizens Dr William Valentine was the hospitals first Doctor from 1839 until his death in 1876.

Original Campbell Town Hospital. Campbell Town Tasmania. Tasmania's first regional hospital was opened at Campbell Town in 1855. One of Campbell Towns most active early citizens Dr William Valentine was the hospitals first Doctor from 1839 until his death in 1876.

Convict-themed chainsaw sculptures in Campbell Town, Heritage Highway. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

Convict-themed chainsaw sculptures in Campbell Town, Heritage Highway. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

Convict-themed chainsaw sculptures in Campbell Town, Heritage Highway. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

Convict-themed chainsaw sculptures in Campbell Town, Heritage Highway. Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania.

"The Grange", Campbell Town, Tasmania -This building was designed by the well-known architect James Blackburn and built in 1847 for Dr William Valentine. Due to his astronomical contacts, the Transit of Venus was observed in December 1874 by a party of American astronomers on the land adjoining "The Grange" on the northern side. "The Grange" was ultimately sold to the Leake Family after his death.

"The Grange", Campbell Town, Tasmania -This building was designed by the well-known architect James Blackburn and built in 1847 for Dr William Valentine. Due to his astronomical contacts, the Transit of Venus was observed in December 1874 by a party of American astronomers on the land adjoining "The Grange" on the northern side. "The Grange" was ultimately sold to the Leake Family after his death.

Places named for Elizabeth Macquarie (nee Campbell), wife of Governor Macquarie. Elizabeth Streets in Hobart, Tasmania and Sydney, NSW; Elizabeth Bay, Sydney; Mrs Macquarie's Chair, a rock cut seat on Mrs Macquarie's Point, Sydney; Campbelltown, NSW and Campbell Town, Tasmania; Appin, NSW, from Appin, the Scottish West Highlands town where Elizabeth was born; Airds, NSW from Elizabeth's Scottish family estate.

Places named for Elizabeth Macquarie (nee Campbell), wife of Governor Macquarie. Elizabeth Streets in Hobart, Tasmania and Sydney, NSW; Elizabeth Bay, Sydney; Mrs Macquarie's Chair, a rock cut seat on Mrs Macquarie's Point, Sydney; Campbelltown, NSW and Campbell Town, Tasmania; Appin, NSW, from Appin, the Scottish West Highlands town where Elizabeth was born; Airds, NSW from Elizabeth's Scottish family estate.

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