Spring Bay Mill was once home to the world’s largest wood chip mill, this 43 hectare waterfront site in Triabunna, Tasmania has been taken over by a bunch of provocateurs intent on charting a more sustainable path. Spring Bay is on the lands of the Paredarerme tribe and is a place of extreme beauty and stark, rugged landscapes.
We curate eclectic events across art, music, history, politics and ecology, providing a tranquil back-drop for pondering big problems and big solutions. Read more.
Cam Blake Photography Workshop
Join us for a 1 day or 3 day Photography Workshop with Cam Blake and discover the unique multi-faceted landscapes of Maria Island and Spring Bay Mill. This is a unique and exclusive opportunity to experience these two very special places while learning the secrets of professional landscape photography. Join us for the weekend from 16-18 October or take-up our one full day option on Sunday 18 October. Prices include accommodation, meals, boat trips, national park fees and a free bus transfer if travelling from Hobart.
Our horticulture team are keeping busy cultivating fresh organic produce plus a range of all-you-need garden supplies including Natural Plant Tonic, Probiotic Compost Accelerator, Easy Seeds and seedlings, and ready-to-harvest Instant Gardens. Buy online or pick-up at Fern Tree Tavern (680 Huon Rd, Fern Tree) every Saturday 9am-noon and The Village (Triabunna) every Wednesday afternoon.
Schools Open Day
We are partnering with schools to develop fun and educational, multi-day camps for school groups aged 12-18. Come and see how The Mill is a great location for your next school camp, with our onsite accommodation, expert guides and large COVID-safe spaces.
Take a tour of our facilities on Saturday 31 October, 10am-2pm and get to know key members of our team. Plus a bonus guided kayaking tour around The Mill’s foreshores. Open to teachers, teacher’s aids, principals or anyone from your school community who’s involved in planning camps and outdoor activities. Click here to book.
Very Short Film Festival
Very Short Film Festival is a brand new Australian film festival launching early November 2020. We are seeking masterful, creative and impactful original storytelling. Masterclasses will be held at Spring Bay Mill in January, to connect participants to the wider filmmaking community and help hone your skills. Get creative in a short 2-5 minute film on one of our themes or create your own to win from a range of prizes. Join us on the red carpet to announce the winning films on Friday 16 April 2021 at Spring Bay Mill. Entry forms and conditions coming soon. Register your interest here to be the first to find out…
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Whenever you’re ready to start planning (or even dreaming about) bringing
people back together. Be it a wedding, a meeting, a workshop, a camp, a gig or
just a big old party, talk to us about how we can help you make it happen at
Spring Bay Mill.