Map of Huon Valley
Interactive Map of Huon Valley Tasmania | Rural Country and Wilderness
Use our map of Huon Valley to find out about the apple and pear centre of Tasmania. A scenic, rural valley that gives you access to the Tasmanian wilderness of the Southwest.
From Hobart, drive north up Davey Street and take the A6 Southern Outlet Road to Kingston and on to Huonville.
If you want the scenic route, stay on Davey Street until it becomes the B64 Huon Road.
Directions for Day Drive From Hobart: > Huon Valley Day Drive
Things to Look for | Map of Huon Valley
The “old road” to Huonville | Map of Huon Valley
If you want the scenic route, take “old road” to the Huon Valley. Winding, but scenic.
Leave Hobart by driving up Davey Street towards Mount Wellington. Do not take the A6 southern Outlet to Huonville. Stay on Davey Street as it climbs through south Hobart and becomes the B64, Huon Road.
You will wind through the foothills of Mount Wellington and on through Neika and Longley, to join the A6 at Lower Longley. This was the main road between the Huon and Hobart until the building of the A6 in the 1970’s.
Huonville | Map of Huon Valley
Huonville is the main centre of the Huon Valley, having been first settled by Europeans in 1840. It is the first point at which a bridge could be built across the Huon River for the journey south to Geeveston and beyond. > Hotels in Huonville
Apple and Heritage Museum | Map of Huon Valley
On the right as you come down the long hill into Huonville is the Apple and Heritage Museum.
It is well worth stopping at for a view of the old Apple industry that fueled growth in the Huon Valley until its demise when the United Kingdom joined the European Common Market in the mid-1900s.
Geeveston Forest and Heritage Centre | Map of Huon Valley
On the Main Road at Geeveston, look for the Forest and Heritage Centre.
This is the gateway to the Tahune Forest Reserve and is an interesting display of the history of forestry in the area. > Hotels in Geeveston
Tahune AirWalk Geeveston | Map of Huon Valley
This spectacular walkway gets you off the ground and high into the forest canopy of the Tasmanian bush. It is a level steel structure that travels 1.6 kilometres (about one mile) and offers views of the forest canopy and the Houn River.
It is owned and operated by Forestry Tasmania.
Tours From Hobart to the Huon Valley | Map of Huon Valley
The best way to take in the Huon Valley and the Tahune AirWalk if you are not driving yourself is to take a day tour from Hobart.
More Information: > Huon Valley and Tahune Forest Airwalk Tour From Hobart
Hotels in the Huon Valley | Map of Huon Valley
To stay in Huonville, try the Huonville Guest House.
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More Information on Huonville: > Huonville, Tasmania – Wikipedia