The Australian Axeman’s Hall of Fame is a tourist and function centre in Latrobe, Tasmania.
Tasmania’s first national Hall of Fame portrays the history, exploits and achievements of Australian’s internationally renowned sporting woodchoppers. It provides a magnificent insight into the realms of Australia’s world champion axemen. Marvel at the unbelievable collection of trophies, treasures and memorabilia. The centre is also home to memorabilia from victorious Tasmanian horse Piping Lane, including the 1972 Melbourne Cup worth AUD65,000.
The Hall of Fame includes a licensed café, indoor wood chopping arena, gift shop, visitor information service and function centre.
While at the Hall also experience the environment in which Tasmania’s platypus live. The display consists of the comprehensive dioramas, videos and models with a unique water feature, which explains how platypus lives, eat and breed in their secret world. There is also a display of live rainbow and brown trout plus other fish that live in Tasmania’s rivers and lakes, making it an exciting destination for the angler.
The Australian Axeman’s Hall of Fame can be used for special events including weddings, art exhibitions, meetings and music performances.
It is only ten minutes from the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal and Devonport airport.