Woolmers Estate
Woolmers Estate is situated near Longford Tasmania, Australia twenty-five minutes from Launceston. The Estate has outstanding cultural significance because it represents a continuous association with the Thomas Archer family, providing an encapsulated record of six generations, and the changes to their lifestyle, from the time the land was first settled in 1817 to the death of the last heir in 1994.
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There are seven cottages set in the grounds of Woolmers. The cottages were built around 1840 and sleep from two to six people. They have been converted into private self-catering colonial accommodation.
The cottages were all at one time home to the trades people on the Estate, and have been restored to reflect this fact. Their uniqueness, set amongst wonderful buildings and grounds on this remarkable Estate, creates a stand-alone experience for any visitor choosing to stay in them.


  • $154 for two adults sharing
  • extra adult $40
  • children (16 years and under) $35
Features and Facilities
  • fully equipped kitchens
  • open fire/wood heater
  • electric blankets
  • electric heaters
  • non-smoking
  • folding bed or cot available
  • continental breakfast provisions
  • guests receive complimentary guided tour of main house and full access to the National Rose Garden and grounds
  • dinner hampers provided by restaurant on request
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