About Clarendon

Built in the 1830s, Clarendon is situated on the eastern side of the South Esk River about 7 kilometres south of Evandale. Adjacent, on the Western side of the river is the former home of James Youl. James Youl was responsible for the introduction of brown trout to the Southern Hemisphere – https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/places/clarendon/

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Proceeds from the Expo will be donated to Clarendon, National Trust (Tas) for the Australian Fly Fishing Museum and the Fish Habitat Trust Fund.