Quamby Estate is a classically romantic venue with a tree-lined driveway, sweeping picture book landscape and a grand historic homestead.
- Quamby Estate's welcoming entry is lined by 1.6km laneway avenues of magnificent hawthorn, poplar and elm trees offering a glimpse to the distant Ben Lomond Ranges and the manicured Quamby golf course in the grounds. Quamby’s landscape is truly breathtaking.
- The magnificent homestead features spacious reception rooms with soaring ceilings and the original decorative cornices and marble fireplaces. Grand French doors open onto a wide flag-stoned verandah and the two rose garden courtyards.
- Sitting rooms and library complete with books, games, CD/DVD player and complimentary CD/DVD usage.
- Complimentary WiFi is available in all accommodation and entertaining areas.
- A beautifully manicured 9-hole golf course featuring the longest par 5 in Tasmania. Golf clubs are available for hire.
- A tennis court and equipment
Please Note: our courts are currently closed for maintenance due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Functions and Events
Quamby Estate provides flexible indoor and outdoor spaces perfect for corporate events, themed gala balls, product launches, boardroom meetings, conferences and team building activities.
Our Club House features the Sir Richard Dry Function Pavilion, perfect for a corporate function or a spectacular wedding. Whether you’re looking for a black tie dinner for up to 150 guests or a more relaxed luncheon, the Pavilion is a fusion of Georgian and contemporary architecture featuring private rooms and a restaurant with bar and dance floor.
- Homestead Bar and Dining Room for breakfast and dinner.
- Sir Richard Dry Pavilion can be utilised for larger functions.
Quamby Estate's original buildings include the granary, machinery shed and shearing shed, all reminders of the history of this once working agricultural estate.
The wonderful old Georgian stables have been converted to house the walking base for the Cradle Mountain Huts and Bay of Fires walks. From here, the daily walks depart and return.