The first would be the entire 181-year-old property, including the two-storey Georgian brick home.

The Reverend John Youl was the first member of the family to come to Tasmania to live, escaping the clutches of Tahitian cannibals on the journey. "The historical aspect of it weighs on me heavily," Mr Youl said. © 2020 Cumulus Studio All rights reserved, Mark Darke Building & Joinery, Von Stieglitz Building Developments. As is typical of early Georgian homes, the original homestead was quite stripped back, austere and utilitarian, free from the detail and decoration of later Tasmanian heritage properties.

Since the closure of the Longford circuit in the 1960s it has been Tasmania's premier motor racing facility. It includes a tennis court, swimming pool, home gym and original stables. The Symmons Plains homestead was established in 1839 by John Arndell Youl, a Tasmanian colonist famous for introducing brown trout to Australia. The new intervention, a long extruded tube connects both outbuildings and the rear wing of the homestead into one single consolidated structure.

He said that he would also like to follow in his father's footsteps and get involved in road safety. There has already been plenty of interest in the 1830 property, on the banks of the South Esk River near Perth, according to owner Andrew Youl. "We only celebrated 200 years of Youls in Tasmania in 2008.

NORTHERN Tasmania's historic Symmons Plains property - home to seven generations of the Youl family - is for sale.

Mr Youl's wife, then Audrey Moore, was a Tasmanian Olympic swimmer who won a Commonwealth Games bronze medal. His son, James Arndell Youl, developed the first 200 hectares granted to Reverend Youl, a little north of the existing Symmons Plains property. This connection activates the entire cluster of buildings, transforming forgotten spaces used intermittently for storage, supplies and farm vehicles into living, social additions to the family home. Seventh generation Andrew Youl and his wife live there with Hamish and their other son, Nicholas, 15. Find upcoming and past racing events at Symmons Plains Raceway in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. TCR Australia touring cars and V8-powered S5000 single seat racers will roar into Tasmania in January next year with a brand-new and unique Race Tasmania event, featuring back-to-back events in Tasmania at Symmons Plains and Baskerville Raceway.
Short and fast, it has been a long-standing fixture on the local touring car scene and its annual round of the V8 Supercars is the largest sporting event in Tasmania.
NORTHERN Tasmania's historic Symmons Plains property - home to seven generations of the Youl family - is for sale. "I want to get involved and give Hamish the opportunity to pursue his passion," he said.

The circuit was built on the Youl family's land deep in sheep grazing countryside, near to Launceston and just south of the famed Longford road course. Mr Youl said that the decision for a life change had been difficult and confronting. "We only celebrated 200 years of Youls in Tasmania in 2008.

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Tenders for Symmons Plains close on March 10. The second option would be just the 808-hectare farm, which includes a manager's residence, cottage, five-stand shearing shed, machinery shed and bulk grain store. "But the fact is that you have to look beyond what is the historical stuff and consider what is best for us and our family.".