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Westbury Attractions

Fitzpatricks Inn
Located at the southern end of town Fitzpatricks Inn was opened in 1833 as the Commercial Hotel.
It was the first hotel in Westbury. In the 1890s it was acquired by the Fitzpatrick family who renamed it Fitzpatricks Hotel.
It remained in the family for a century and gained a reputation as a fine hotel.

St Andrews Church
Directly opposite the Village Green and dominating the landscape is St Andrews Anglican church which was built between 1836 and 1890 - the foundation stone was laid in 1836, the church was consecrated in 1851, the tower was added in 1859.

Pearn's Steam World
Pearn's Steam World has over 100 steam engines ranging from trains to complex pieces of agricultural equipment.
It is reputedly the largest collection of steam engines in Australia.

Westbury Maze
The Westbury Maze complex consists of a traditional hedge maze made from 3000 bushes with 2 metre high sides and its paths cover a distance of over 1 kilometre. All of this is complemented with a formal garden courtyard.


FREECALL: 1800 244 662
Local Call: (03) 6393 1140
Email: info@westburycottages.com.au

Recommended by Lonely Planet: "It's worth staying in Westbury just for these little self-contained cottages. They're decked out with antiques, have a cosy, country feel and are cared for with absolute attention to detail. The friendly owners even bring you freshly baked cake for afternoon tea." .... Tasmania, 6th Edition, August 2011