Amenities: State school, one "first class" hotel, post and telegraph office with savings bank, two churches, concert hall, shop, recreation ground, cricket and football teams .
Population: About 30.
Industries: Farming, hobby farms, crafts.
Amenities: Historic Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic church.
HISTORY: Site of the first payable gold discovered in Tasmania in February 1852 by Keeling Richardson, a shepherd on Tullochgorum. Originally called The Nook, the name was taken from the Aboriginal word for the South Esk River, Mangana Lienta.