Historic Houses of Carrick

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Carrick has a well-preserved 19th-century heritage; fifteen of its colonial buildings are listed on the Tasmanian Heritage Register including Carrick House (1840), St Andrew’s Church (1848), the Old Watchhouse (1837), Monds Roller Mill (1846) and the Carrick Hotel (1833).
This easy walk takes you past 20 of Carrick’s historic buildings and is suitable for people of all abilities. It covers a flat even surface with no steps or steep sections and is suitable for wheelchair users who have someone to assist them.


Barbeque Carpark Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Telephone Public Toilet



Disabled Assistance

Wheelchair access


Free Entry

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