11A Gordon Street
Sorell TAS 7172

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Sorell is a town in Tasmania, Australia, north-east of Hobart. It is located on the Tasman Highway at the junction with the Arthur Highway. Sorell is one of Tasmania's oldest towns, being first settled in 1808 as a small farming community and becoming an official township in 1821. 

Today Sorell is essentially a modern service town for travellers on the road between Hobart and Port Arthur. It is also vital for the surrounding farming district as, historically, the district around the town, was once known as the grain capital of Van Diemen's Land. Travellers heading for the Tasman Peninsula should stop at Sorell to admire the three early churches and learn about the history of this early Tasmanian farming settlement.

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