CAMPBELL TOWN

CAMPBELL TOWN

Historic Campbell Town has an impressive collection of colonial buildings with many antique and speciality shops.   Situated on the tranquil Elizabeth River, the town is a service and supplies centre for travellers between Launceston and Hobart. That's the way it was designed back in the early 1800s and it's still the main place to stop, stretch your legs and refuel for travellers today.   The town was named by Governor Lachlan Macquarie after his wife's family name during a visit in 1821. The river is also named after her; her name was Elizabeth and you'll find her name popping up repeatedly across southern and central Tasmania.

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