Experience stunning cradle country and explore our magnificent countryside!
See a patchwork of rich, fertile paddocks in the midst of spectacular mountain backdrops as you journey through the Kentish municipality. Discover a wealth of Kentish history, art, culture, nature, food and wine.
See Sheffield's Town of Murals, Railton's Town of Topiary, Wilmot's Valley of Views and iconic Cradle Mountain.
Take a mural audio tour, climb a mountain, invigorate yourself by walking through forest gardens and pristine wilderness areas. Share the path with our friendly native animals in their natural habitats.
Then relax and unwind with a massage and spa. Or perhaps indulge yourself with superb cuisine embracing fresh, local produce accompanied with Tasmanian tantalising wines and ales.
For more information on our breathtaking region, view the Sheffield Visitor Information website.
Sheffield Mural Audio Tour
"STORY OF THE SHEFFIELD MURALS" AUDIO TOUR (1-1 and1/2 hour self-guided walking tour)
The story begins with why the first mural was commissioned and how a rural town in economic decline was transformed into a thriving outdoor art gallery! Local characters share their vision, tell their stories and fill us in on the history of Sheffield. Interviews with the artists, local identities and the instigators of the mural development are captured on the audio tour. Share the strong and passionate sense of a pioneering rural community working together to save their town. Be entertained as you walk and take home a meaningful personal experience of the Kentish region.
The audio tours may be purchased at the Sheffield Visitor Information Centre at 5 Pioneer Crescent, Sheffield.
Other attractions to visit in Kentish can be found here.
The Kentish Mural Park is located at Pioneer Crescent in Sheffield and is an initiative of the MuralFest Committee in conjunction with Kentish Council.
Each year nine artists compete in a public 'paint off' from Easter Sunday to the following Saturday. Each artist must complete a 2100 mm x 4800 mm mural, using the same poem as their murals central theme and inspiration. Each year a new poem is selected, meaning no two Mural Fests are the same.
Kentish Council has installed a camera in Mural Park which you can access online. It allows you to view different murals in the park, live, at any time of the day or night. Try it out: MuralCam
Tip: Select 'Cancel' if your browser asks you for a username and/or password. The camera will then open up.