Premier praises pavilion’s prime position

A LUXURY addition to New Norfolk’s historic Woodbridge on the Derwent was opened earlier today by Tasmanian premier David Bartlett. Mr Bartlett said the $500,000 pavilion – which includes a fine dining venue – had enhanced the hotel complex.

“Woodbridge on the Derwent was built in 1825, and since they bought the hotel in 2003, Laurelle and John Grimley have extensively restored and refurbished it,” Mr Bartlett said. “The new pavilion is a big vote of confidence.”

Mr Bartlett said the development reflected everything that is good about our state. β€œIt is both a fine dining venue with views of the gardens and the meandering River Derwent and a boutique conference facility for up to 40 people,” he said.

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