Wilmore’s Bluff


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This spectacular property on the banks of the Tamar is home to Corma sheep from the highlands of Tasmania.

Tour the farm and marvel at the amazing views. A typical shearer’s morning tea will be available in our historic apple shed converted to a shearing shed.

See fantastic views, sheep, wool bales, wool classing, and the shearing shed.

An extended tour is available at 2pm that will run for 60 minutes and take a tour of the paddocks. 

Cormo sheep are a Tasmanian breed. There are also first and second cross sheep and lambs. The focus of the farm is on both wool and fat lambs.

Wilmores Bluff is very pleased to be hosting Bridgenorth Berries for the weekend, and you can purchase a number of their jams and other products.

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