Today we’re happy to share another collection of images by professional tourism photographer, Dan Fellow. This album is a showcase of Brickendon Estate in all its heritage glory, a “wonderful place to visit for families and school groups too” according to Dan. The photos also showcase the expertise of the contributor. Business owners should contact Tasmania Photos to commission their own photo shoot.

Brickendon Estate: Photos by Dan Fellow

Brickendon - Tasmania
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Brickendon Estate, Longford Tasmania

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Brickendon Estate is World Heritage listed

Brickendon - Convict Site
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Brickendon is one of eleven Australian Convict Sites

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Tasmanian tourists interacting with the farm animals

Brickendon - Heritage Gardens
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Explore the heritage gardens of Brickendon

Brickendon - Circa 1824
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Brickendon has been owned by the Archer family since 1824

Brickendon - Treasures
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Brickendon is one of Tasmania’s hidden treasures

Brickendon - History
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Discover Tasmanian history in the quaint little buildings

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Brickendon was established as a typical English farm

Brickendon - Tasmanian Heritage
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Farmed for over 185 years by William Archer’s direct descendants

Brickendon - Longford
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The main house at Brickendon Estate in Longford

Brickendon - Autumn
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Brickendon has something to offer at all times of the year

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Wonderful buildings all dating from the early 1820’s

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A quaint gothic chapel is included in the fascinating collection of buildings

Brickendon - Farm Animals
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Children and families will love meeting the residents!

We’ve published several articles containing information about Brickendon Estate in the past…

For more information about Brickendon Estate in Longford please contact Louise Archer (phone 6391 1383). You can also follow Brickendon on Facebook. Visit in person at 236 Wellington St, Longford.

To see more work by Dan Fellow follow Tasmania Photos on Facebook. You can also purchase Desktop Tasmania, a multimedia CD with a stunning collection of Tasmanian photos. To have your business featured on our website, please contact Think Tasmania.

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Map: Brickendon Estate, Longford Tasmania…