We were greeted by a wondeful happy friendly lady who was especially kind to the children and lovely to everyone else. The building holds wonderful history showing everything from... read more
Highfield Historic Site is an 1830's farm complex built by convict labor....
Highfield Historic Site is an 1830's farm complex built by convict labor. The Van Diemen's Land Company chose to settle in the area to establish a large scale sheep grazing property. The site is open to the public and interprets the conflicts that arose with the Company's men and the Aboriginal people. The house and outbuildings are being restored by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service as the property had fallen into disrepair.
The site is open daily from 1 September - 31 May, open weekdays from 1 June - 31 August