The Huon Valley is part of the Huon Trail touring route.
The area is known for its produce, wine, seafood and other gourmet delicacies. It also has a natural beauty, with pristine rivers meandering through valleys bordered by World Heritage-listed national parks.
Bushwalkers can enjoy walks ranging from a tree top walk at Tahune Airwalk to a five hour trek to South Cape, Australia’s southern most point.
A full range of accommodation is available for visitors including guest houses, Bed & Breakfast, Pubs, back packer style, hotel and cottages. The main towns of Huonville, Cygnet, Geeveston and Dover have supermarket, fuel and EFTPOS facilities. The Huon News and Cygnet Classifieds, published each Wednesday and Thursday respectively, and Huon FM keep residents and visitors up to date with local happenings.
For information about the region, visit the Huon Trail website.The site includes information about experiences, accommodation, wineries and dining, maps and brochures for the region, sample itineraries and travel information.
Join us for an inspirational journey into Tasmania’s south…on the Huon Trail touring route.
The Huon Valley Council owns and manages the Huon Valley Visitor Centre.
The Centre can assist you with information and bookings, and offers a comprehensive range of giftware and souvenirs.
The Visitors Centre is located at 2273 Huon Highway, Huonville and is open seven days a week. 9am-5pm between October and March, and 10am-4pm between April and September.