What takes your fancy?


Planning your trip to the North West coast of Tasmania is an adventure in itself with many experiences on offer. Whether you prefer a relaxing holiday of art, food, and history or something a little bit more adventurous of biking, hiking and caving the choice is yours when visiting.

Soak up our local history, savour the delicious food and beverage along the Tasting Trail, experience native wildlife, and be amazed by our unique landscapes – the options are endless. You choose your pace and we’ll provide the scenery, tastes and adventures.

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Stanley Attraction

The Nut

The historic village of Stanley, in far north-west Tasmania, is nestled at the base of the Nut, a sheer-sided bluff – all that remains of an ancient volcanic plug. A walking track climbs to…
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Stanley Attraction

The Nut Chairlift

The Nut, rising 152 metres from the sea, dominates the headland that the fishing village of Stanley shelters behind. No exertion is necessary when the chairlift takes you to the top for a seagulls…
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Devonport Attraction

The Quiet Cone – Sound & Relaxation Centre

Established and operating in Latrobe until July 2021, The Quiet Cone relaxation centre has temporarily moved to Devonport CBD. The Quiet Cone structure (designed specifically for Sound Therapy) will be re-established nearby in the…
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Roger River Attraction CampingFishingFour Wheel DrivingHorse RidingMountain Biking

The Tarkine Drive

Heading off the beaten track and into the wilderness, The Tarkine Drive in Tasmania’s north-west is now easily accessible for anyone wanting to get back in touch with nature and experience the wilderness. The…
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Devonport Attraction BirdwatchingWalks

The Tasmanian Arboretum

The Arboretum is a 66 hectare botanical tree park and nature reserve in Tasmania’s North West. Only 12 kilometres from Devonport but a million miles from care, the 66 hectares of landscaped Arboretum and…
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Gowrie Park Attraction AbseilingHikingRock Climbing

The Three Peaks

Mount Roland Range comprises three peaks: Mount Roland (1234m), Mt Van Dyke (1084m) and Mt Claude (1034m). Various paths enable walks to the summits but one track enables walkers to traverse all three. It…
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Lower Barrington Attraction

The Truffledore

The Truffledore is a boutique truffle farm in Northwest Tasmania. We grow French Black Winter Truffles which are harvested during June, July and August. During this period we offer small group Hunt & Harvest…
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Stanley Attraction

Touchwood Gallery and Cafe

The Touchwood Gallery and Cafe is located at Stanley, North West Tasmania. Stanley is a one-hour drive north-west of Burnie (78 km) and a 90-minute drive from Devonport (127 km). The Touchwood Gallery specialises…
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Wynyard Event 07/10/2022

Tulip Festival Wynyard 2022

Tulip Festival Wynyard will be held on October 8th 2022. The Festival is a one day feast for all the senses smell, sight, hearing, taste. Set on the banks of the Inglis River, Gutteridge…
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Ulverstone Destination Information

Ulverstone

Ulverstone is a bustling, coastal town at the mouth of the Leven River with picturesque coastal parks and a reputation among antique collectors. The rural area around Ulverstone is very English-like with rolling hills…