Cleveland was established in 1842 as a stopping point on the coaching route between Hobart and Launceston. It is said that in its early years, Cleveland was a gathering point for travelers before they ventured onward through the dangers of Epping Forest, a notorious area for bushrangers. Historic buildings that can still be seen at Cleveland include St Andrews Inn, a two storey Georgian brick inn built in 1845, and Cleveland House (originally the Bald Faced Stag Inn) built in 1838. There is also a short walk to the Cleveland church and historic graveyard.
Things to Do and Places to Visit in the Cleveland Area
From Hobart: 1 hr 44 mins
From Launceston: 37 mins
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Location: 50 km SE of Launceston
Local Council: Northern Midlands | Visit Council Website