Named by Governor Lachlan Macquarie as a suitable place for a military station
in 1821 and with the subsequent expectation that it would become a major town some 80 kms of
streets were planned. Today Oatlands is better known as a convenient stopping point in the
journey between Launceston and Hobart and for its many old buildings including the Court House,
Callington Mill, Hoilyrood House and the Old Gaol.
Hotels and B & B
Amelia Cottage, C/- Waverley Cottages, Oatlands
Annie’s Room, C/- Waverley Cottages, Oatlands
Autumn Cottage, C/- Waverley Cottages, Oatlands
Blossoms Tearooms and Accommodation, 116 High St, Oatlands
Bouquet Residence Bed & Breakfast, 66 High St, Oatlands
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This Month's Featured Business.
Stony Brook B & B
168 Main Road, Exeter,
Phone: 03 6394 3706
Self contained accommodation in the Tamar Valley.
and secure with lovely country gardens. $120 per night per couple or single, same rate all year regardless of holiday