New Norfolk is a town on the River Derwent, in the south-east of Tasmania, Australia. At the 2011 census, New Norfolk had a population of 5,543. Situated 32 kilometres north-west of Hobart on the Lyell Highway, New Norfolk is a modern Australian regional centre which retains evidence of its pioneer heritage. Two examples of this heritage are Tasmania’s oldest Anglican church, St. Matthews and one of Australia’s oldest hotels, The Bush Inn, trading continuously in the same building since issue of the first licence on 29 September 1825. Many private homes from the 1800s to the early 1820s have also survived, such as Glen Derwent, Stanton, Valleyfield, and Woodbridge.