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Salmon Ponds
The Salmon Ponds is the oldest trout hatchery in the Southern Hemisphere - in operation since 1864. There are six different ponds displaying trout and salmon including brown, rainbow, brook and tiger trout. Displays explain the annual cycle of fish breeding activities. d1

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70 Salmon Ponds Road
Plenty TAS 7140

(03) 6261 5663

Pancakes at the Ponds
Take a walk back in time amidst the historic buildings, hatchery and fish ponds, all set within the original English parkland "leisure garden" of superb trees, hedges and lawns. Enjoy pancakes and light meals in our cafe. E1

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70 Salmon Ponds Road
Plenty TAS 7140

(03) 6261 5663


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