Lavender House – The Perfumery

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Lavender House – The Perfumery is Tasmania’s only working perfumery. Entry is free, with a smile.
The focus and winning points of difference for visitors to enjoy are the perfumery manufacturing area with a large observation window allowing a unique opportunity to see ‘the makers making’, a spacious gift shop offering the extensive range of herbal well-being products made, free product sampling and helpful advice.
This innovative niche business that is focused on the uses of lavender was established in 1991 inspired by the owners passion for lavender and the natural therapeutic values of herbs. Steady painstaking research and development over nearly 25 years has resulted in a generous range of contemporary personal body care products, simple natural remedies, aromatherapy and perfumery plus, fragrant home care. All with the natural benefits of pure Tasmanian lavender.
Lavender House – The Perfumery is at Rowella, a 35-minute drive (48 kilometres / 30 miles) north from Launceston on the Tamar Valley Wine Route, close to Beaconsfield, Beauty Point and the Batman Bridge. An easy round trip from Launceston seeing both sides of the lovely Tamar River.
OPEN: Monday-Friday 10am -5pm
CLOSED: Good Friday and Christmas Day.
July and August visitors by appointment only.


Australian Tourism Accreditation Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Coach Parking Disabled access available Interpretive Centre Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet Shop The Ecotourism Association of Australia Walk Wheelchair access

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