Located on the Heritage Highway, Oatlands, Tasmania, is home to the Heritage Highway Visitor Center, which contains information about attractions all along this historic highway. Oatlands is about 84 km. north of Hobart, and has a population of 540
Built in 1837 of sandstone, Callington Mill is the only large colonial windmill still standing in Tasmania, and is a landmark in the town of Oatlands. Tourists can climb the steps inside the two-feet-thick walls, and see the area from the top. At the mill are other attractions, including a collection of over 2000 dolls from around the world.
Georgian Sandstone buildings
Oatlands is thought to contain the largest intact collection of convict-built sandstone buildings, including the original gaol house, courthouse, and more.
Along the Heritage Highway leaving Oatlands, there are special metal sculptures depicting characters from the history of the area.
For fishing, picnicking, and birdwatching near Oatlands, Tasmania, there is Lake Dulverton. Tourists can also visit the wildlife sanctuary at the lake.