Tasmanias Pristine South

Tasmania’s Pristine South 2019 | Page 51 GEEVESTON VISITOR CENTRE VISITOR INFORMATION & FREE BOOKING SERVICE WOODTURNER Local unique arts and crafts, books, maps and guides, souvenirs, Huon Valley providore, resident wood turner, locally timber products and museum. (03) 6297 1120 Find us at 15 Church Street, Geeveston Open 7 days (except Christmas Day) geeveston.vic@huonvalley.tas.gov.au www.visithuon.com H14302 OPEN DAILY 14 Church St, Geeveston Ph 0407 056 972 www.makersonchurchst.com.au makersonchurchst@gmail.com makers on church st Diverse range of Tasmanian products H14283 makers on church st is a delightful, intriguing, spacious art and craft shop located in the main street of Geeveston that supports local, creative people. Geeveston is known as the ‘Timber Town’ of the Huon Valley and makers has a fantastic range The Geeveston Visitor Centre is the place to go to for information on what’s on offer in the region. You can purchase National Parks passes and tickets from the friendly staff to local attractions such as Tahune Adventures, Hastings Caves and Huon Jet. Find the right maps, guides and advice to create unforgettable holiday experiences. Select the perfect handmade gift created by a local artist or choose something from the providore - local honey, saffron, truffles, berries, wines, cider, gin and more! The museum on the mezzanine makers a delight for craft enthusiasts of local woodcraft and furniture crafted from Tasmania’s unique timbers, including Sassafras, King Billy Pine, Myrtle, Blackwood, Tasmanian Oak and the highly prized Huon Pine. A select range of handmade craft, cards, teddies, gym and dance wear, plus the popular DeEmDe children’s clothing and creative toy range all help to make up a great mix of gifts and original souvenirs you won’t find elsewhere. For the creative yarn enthusiasts, you will find a vibrant selection of wool, knitting needles and crochet hooks. Avid readers are also covered, with a large selection of literature gems not readily available elsewhere. makers on church st is open every day except Christmas Day. floor contains an impressive collection of machinery associated with the timber industry and local history. Ross Patston-Gill fromMikkris House is the only woodturner in southern Tasmania providing woodworking demonstrations. Watch Ross through the viewing windows as he turns at the lathe. Tuition is also available. When you’re travelling south, make sure to visit the Geeveston Visitor Centre. The Geeveston Visitor Centre is open seven days except Christmas Day. For more information call (03) 6297 1120. Geeveston’s place to go Huon Valley u