Derby is a short drive from many interesting places such as the world famous golf courses of Barnbougle and Lost Farm at Bridport, The Bay of Fires and Binnalong Bay, The Bridstowe Lavendar farm, Mt William National Park, Musselroe and its fishing charters, Moorina golf club, Legerwood Memorial Carvings, Ralph Falls Ringarooma. There are also many great vineyards within an hours drive such as Providence Vineyard and Leaning Church Vineyard in Lalla, Clover Hill and Brook Eden in Lebrina, and Pipers Brook, Delamere Vineyard, Sinapius, Bay of Fires, Jansz Wine room and Dalrymple in the Pipers river area.
DERBY & Surrounds
Derby has recently been brought to the world's attention with the opening of what is probably the best mountain biking trails in Australia. These combined walking/biking trails of Blue Derby, The Blue Tier and Atlas allow people to experience world class trails in a beautiful environment - taking you on a journey of epic proportions through forest, berms, ferns, mossy and rocky rivers and beautiful waterfalls, dams and historic mining sites and relics.
Derby also has a School House museum and Tin Mining and interpretation centre. Derby has a few cafes, a post office, general store, fuel supply, two pubs and Vertigo bike shop/hire and shuttle service.
The historic village of Derby is in the middle of North Eastern Tasmania, Australia. It is approximately 1 1/2 hours drive from Launceston airport, 60 minutes from St Helens, 25 minutes from Scottsdale and 45 minutes from Bridport.