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West Coast Reflections Exhibition

Architects, writers, woodturners, gardeners and historians contributed their talents to the acclaimed exhibition West Coast Reflections at the West Coast Visitor Information and Booking Centre. The story of the people of West Coast starts 35,000 years ago with the Aborigines, and proceeds through convict times, mining and forestry. The exhibit includes rainforests, caves, oral history.[…] Read More

West Coast Wilderness Railway Museum

The West Coast Wilderness Railway Museum at Queenstown Station has been fully refurbished to better reflect the history or the Railway. Using a combination of original authentic artifacts and informative displays, the museum recognises all those who have played a part in the Railway’s story, from its original construction in the 1890s as a means[…] Read More

Westmorland Falls

A fairly easy 2-hour walk along a well-defined track, Westmorland Falls is suitable for the whole family. The walk gives visitors a taste of the tall eucalypt forest growing across the Tiers, along with its varied understory of ferns, including the iconic tree fern. The walk culminates at an attractive secluded waterfall. This grade 2[…] Read More

Whyte Hills Lookout

Just a five-minute (1 km) drive past Philosopher Falls (on the Corinna Road), Whyte Hills Lookout offers a panoramic view of the North-West corner of the Tarkine Wilderness. This lookout has easy access from a car park, and provides interpretive signage and great photographic opportunities of Australia’s largest area of temperate rainforest.

Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Trails

Venture into the wilderness, take on the peaks and roll the Mersey River flats in what will ultimately be 100+ kilometres of mixed-landscape riding perfectly geared for multi-day exploring. Serious switchbacks are rewarded with epic views and descents linked to flowy tracks to inspire the next generation of adventure riders. The Wild Mersey is Tasmania’s[…] Read More

Wilderness Woodworks Strahan

Wilderness Woodworks Strahan is located in the Huon Pine precinct on Tasmania’s west coast. This quality business is highly regarded for its huon pine turnery with the professional craftsmen producing a range of fine crafts and furniture. Rarely do you see the passion and respect for rare timber shine through with hand finished pieces that[…] Read More

Wilmot Heritage Museum

This historic collection displays original items of significance sourced from the pioneering days of Wilmot and surrounding areas. View original items used in Timber harvesting, farming, dairying, butter and cheese manufacture, mining, historic household items; social history of balls, entertainment, churches men’s and women’s clubs, champion sports men and women, family history, historic documents, records[…] Read More

Wilmot Novelty Letterbox Trail

Wilmot is known as the Valley of Views for its spectacular panoramas of Tasmania’s northern mountains, behind a foreground featuring Lake Barrington flanked by fertile farmland. But what gets everybody talking is the Novelty Letterbox Trail. About 80 letterboxes stretched over 25km, from Gentle Annie Hill to Moina, including such bizarre constructions as a bomb,[…] Read More

Wings Wildlife Park

Wings Wildlife Park is a multi-award winning family owned business and displays the largest collection of Tasmanian wildlife in Australia. We’re less than a one-hour drive from the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal in Devonport. Situated in Gunns Plains, 23 km south of Ulverstone, in the beautiful north-west of Tasmania, on the banks of the[…] Read More

Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition and Visitor Information Centre

Judged Tasmania’s best Visitor Information Centre in 2016,2017, 2018 & 2019 and silver medallists at the Australian Tourism Awards in 2020! If you’re the type of traveller that wants to connect with a place and its people, then the Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition and Visitor Information Centre is a must-see. Home to the world-class Ransley[…] Read More