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2 brm self contained modern villa

My place is close to Barnbugle Dunes Links Golf Course, Lost Farm Golf Course, Blue Dragon Mountain Bike Trails, North East Rail Trail, Bridestowe Lavender Farm, Piper's River Wineries, Scottsdale town centre, centre of North East Tasmania, bushwalking, Bridport beaches, rural, mountain, coastal scenery.

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Spacious modern villa

My place is close to Barnbougle Dunes Links Golf Course, Lost Farm Golf Course, Blue Dragon Mountain Bike Trails, North East Rail Train, Bridestowe Lavender Farm, Piper's Brook wineries, Bridport beaches, bushwalking, Anabel's of Scottsdale a la carte Restaurant, mountain, coastal and rural views, Scottsdale town centre, the centre of North-East Tasmania.

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Spacious country cottage

My place is close to Barnbougle Dunes Links Golf Course, Lost Farm Golf Course, North East Rail Trail, Bridestowe Lavender Farm, Piper's Brook Wineries, Bushwalking, town centre Scottsdale, Bridport beaches. You’ll love my place because of spacious and well equipped accommodation, relaxed "home away from home" comfortable ambiance, lovely cottage garden, good value for money, heating, air conditioning, wood fire, full laundry facilities including washing machine and dryer, large lock up garage excellent for mountain bikes, child and pet friendly accommodation. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).

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Ruby Cottage : Studio separate from main house.
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Roomy Self Contained Unit
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  2. North Scottsdale
Mannaburne Cabin - 25 minutes to Derby MTB Trails
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Pump Jack Heritage, circa 1890 Ensuite Rooms.
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Pump Jack studio home unit.
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Ocean Air Studio #2
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  2. Bridport
Barnett by the Bay
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  2. Bridport
Platypus Park Country Retreat - Ensuite room
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  2. Bridport
Ocean Blue Getaway - Townhouse 2
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  2. Bridport
Villa 4 ~ home near the shore
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Dune Views
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Your guide to Scottsdale

All About Scottsdale

Framed by the undulating waves of the Blue Mountains, Scottsdale is a picturesque northeastern town on the island of Tasmania known for its fertile soils where lavender, eucalyptus, and poppies flourish. Many local farmers have set up here, and a stroll through the area will take you past fragrant fields of pine and herds of dairy cows grazing. The area is known for its dairy and potatoes, and the menus at the quintessential country restaurants around town pay homage with regional comfort food.

Wandering through the centre of Scottsdale is like taking a step back in time, with late 19th century cottages perfectly preserved with their brick facades. However, despite being steeped in small-town, nostalgic charm and the widely agrarian way of life here, there’s still room for some contemporary flair. You’ll now find a folk museum and restaurants where the post office and church once were, and between traditional shop windows and old-school farm kiosks, you’ll also find offbeat microbreweries and independent businesses.


How do I get around Scottsdale?

There are three airports within roughly an hour’s driving distance of Scottsdale: Launceston Airport (LST), George Town Airport (GEE), and St Helens Airport (HLS). Whichever airport you land at, your best bet for onward travel is to hire a rental car for the duration of your stay. There is plenty to discover around North East Tasmania, and having your own wheels will be necessary as there is little to no public transport here. If you’re staying in town, you’ll have no trouble getting from your accommodation in Scottsville to the town’s central attractions, shops, and restaurants on foot or by bike — there’s a bike rental shop in town.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Scottsdale?

Most people opt to travel here in the summer months of December, January, and February, when the weather is at its hottest and driest and the lavender fields at their fullest. To really get a sense of the pastoral atmosphere at a time when there are fewer visitors, come a few weeks earlier in October or November, when a colourful display of poppies, rhododendrons, wisteria, and camellias fills the town’s heritage-protected gardens. With slightly crisper temperatures but still plenty of sun, this is also a good time for hiking, mountain biking, and playing golf amongst the lush scenery here. While the weather is fairly mild all year round, the winters do get a bit chillier with chances of rain and even snow, so pack accordingly.


What are the top things to do in Scottsdale?

Lavender Fields

One of the world’s largest producers of pure lavender oil calls this region home, and it has the sprawling purple fields to prove it. Come in December and January when the fields are in full bloom for a truly magical scene that’s a treat for all the senses.

Biking an Abandoned Railway

To get a real taste of the local scenery, rent a mountain bike in town and cycle the abandoned railway line between Scottsdale and Billycock Hill. Zoom past dairy farms, thick eucalyptus forests, and industrial sites, and stop for a photo at valley lookout spots along the way. You can pick up a map at the railway station, which also includes historical information about your route.

Hiking up Mt. Stronach

Rising up 412 metres into the sky, the peak of Mt. Stronach offers breathtaking vistas of the valley, towns, and farmland below. Hiking the trail to the top and back again will take about 2.5 hours and involves fairly steep inclines, but it’s well worth it for the panoramic photo op.