Burnie, Tasmania: What to see

Located 152 km northwest of Launceston on the Bass Highway, Burnie is characterised by delightful wooden houses which cling to the hills and overlook the bay.

Visit some of the great natural attractions such as:

Guide Falls
Emu Valley
Emu Bay
Pioneer Village Museum
Burnie Art Gallery
Little Penguin Observation Centre

Guide Falls
The falls are located around […]

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Port Arthur, Tasmania

The Port Arthur Historic Site is one of Australia’s most important heritage sites and tourist destinations. Located on the scenic Tasman Peninsula in the south east of Tasmania, it offers a unique and essential experience for all visitors to the area.
The Port Arthur Historic Site is approximately 100km south east of Hobart, with multiple transport options available.

Port […]

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Places You Must Visit this summer in Tasmania

If you plan to visit Tasmania, here are must-see attractions in Tasmania:

Cradle Mountain
The area features a large number of walking tracks, lodges for overnight stays, and a visitors’ centre to learn more about the surroundings and its history.

Fun Things to do:

Canyoneering Experience in Dove Canyon
Cradle Mountain National Park Day Tour
Visiting Tasmanian devil […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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