Entally Estate is one of the finest historic homes in Tasmania. The Estate consists of Entally House and historic buildings including Australia's oldest Conservatory, Chapel, Stables, Carriage House and Farmyard. Set in grand parklike surroundings with magnificent gardens vineyard and historic outbuildings. Only 15 minutes drive from Launceston where you can tour the historic home and gardens, taste wine from the vineyard and enjoy a delightful Devonshire Tea. Want to volunteer? Entally has positions vacant for volunteers - in the House and Grounds - See Contacts
Built in 1819 by Thomas Reibey, the eldest son of Mary Reibey. Mary, a former Convict who became one of Australias wealthiest women and obtained the grant of 300 acres of land upon which Thomas was to settle and build the homestead and outbuildings.
Entally is named after Thomas' parents house in Sydney which was named after a suburb in Calcutta, India and the Hintally Tree (a date palm).
Entally House and its magnificent grounds are managed by Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service, a proud Tasmanian company, and are open to the public seven days a week.
Come and explore the magnificent homestead, gardens, trees, stables, chapel, coach house, conservatory and other historic artefacts that have made Entally one of Tasmania's heritage treasures since 1947.
Entally is available for groups to use for events and is a magnificent setting for weddings.
Join us at one of our Event days - see the Events Page for details!
Our annual event “Gardenfest” will be held this year on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th November, 10.00am to 4.00pm both days.Read more