Hadspen

Hadspen is a satellite suburb of Launceston, with easy access to the main road into Launceston.

Hadspen Caravan Park is a convenient place for visitors to begin their tour of the Great Western Tiers area, or use as a base for trips into Launceston. 

A notable historic building in Hadspen is the Red Feather Inn, a sandstone building that was one of the first coaching inns in Tasmania. It was built in 1844 by John Sprunt. It is said to be haunted! 

Entally House is a large country residence built in 1819 by Thomas Haycock Reiby, son of Thomas and Mary Reiby. The property contains a lovely house, spacious grounds, and numerous outbuildings, and is open to the public. 

Hadspen

 
 
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