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Things to see in Ulverstone

Ulverstone Local History Museum

Children will love this museum’s artefact-rich displays of 19th-century shops and businesses, including a photographer’s studio, general store, newspaper office, dairy and blacksmith’s forge. There’s also a trainmaster’s hut and old beach shack in the car park.

Prestone Falls

Preston Falls is a tall and slender 25-metre (82 ft) plunge waterfall located above the Gunns Plains. The waterfall […]

By |December 2nd, 2017|Recent Tours & News|Comments Off on Things to see in Ulverstone

Strahan Tasmania

Strahan lies at the northern edge of the wild, savage and unspoiled beauty of Macquarie Harbour. It is the last town on Tasmania’s west coast and one of the loneliest and most isolated places on the planet. The British brought their most hardened criminals to Sarah Island in Macquarie Harbour and the result was a penal […]

By |November 25th, 2017|Recent Tours & News|Comments Off on Strahan Tasmania

Devonport

Devonport is a city in northern Tasmania, Australia. It is situated at the mouth of the Mersey River. Devonport is a welcoming, seaside city and popular as a base for travelers to explore the surrounding regions. It is therefore commonly known as ‘the gateway to Tasmania’.

There are great beaches, rowing, sailing, kayaking and fishing. The most […]

By |November 21st, 2017|Recent Tours & News|Comments Off on Devonport

Tourist Attractions in Tasmania

Tulip Farm, Table Cape

‘The magnificent plateau of Table Cape is by far Wynyard’s most remarkable natural wonder.’ Sitting at 180 meters high, this extinct volcanic vent dominates the coastline close to Wynyard in Northern Tasmania. Check on their website when is the best time to visit. http://www.tablecapetulipfarm.com.au/

During late September through to mid October the farm […]

By |November 16th, 2017|Recent Tours & News|Comments Off on Tourist Attractions in Tasmania

Stanley and The Nut

Steeped in history, Stanley was discovered by Bass & Flinders in 1798 and named after Lord Stanley, the British Secretary of State for the Colonies. Aptly known as the ‘Edge of the World’, Stanley has also been named Tasmania’s premier Tourist Town than any other in the past decade.

The most distinctive landmark in Stanley is The […]

By |November 14th, 2017|Recent Tours & News|Comments Off on Stanley and The Nut
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