Situated on a 150 acres of picture book landscape near Launceston, Quamby Estate is an enchanting country manor and one of TasmaniaÃ¢??s most prestigious and historically significant properties. Dating back to the 1830s, the property was the ancestral home of the StateÃ¢??s first-born Premier, Sir Richard Dry and known as the Government House of the North. Lovingly restored, QuambyÃ¢??s charming Anglo-Indian designed architecture, period antiques and marble fireplaces combine modern luxuries to offer complete tranquillity. The magnificent homestead features ten impeccably restored guest rooms, extensive entertaining areas, executive sitting rooms and an Executive Chef to create culinary delights that showcase the fine local produce. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views and explore the estateÃ¢??s endless activities including golf, bike riding, hiking and tennis. Experience the hidden gems of the Tamar and Meander Valleys with gourmet produce and vineyard touring, a spectacular cliffs and caves escapade or as the official base commence your Cradle Mountains and Bay of Fires treks.