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Local Attractions of NW Tasmania

Cradle Mountain National Park

The picturesque Cradle Mountain overlooks Dove Lake and the surrounding National Park where you can venture on the bushwalking trails or enjoy guided tours of this remote area and learn about the large variety of local flora and fauna.

Sheffield

Sheffield lies on the way to Cradle Mountain and is famously known as the "town of murals" and was host to the "Global Muralfest" in 2008. Also famous to the area is Mount Roland and Tasmazia, the largest maze complex in the southern hemisphere.

Latrobe

Nearby Latrobe is famous as the antique capital of the North West Coast and is also home to the Platypus center and Anvers chocolate factory. You can relax and have a BBQ or picnic lunch at Bells Parade; a gorgeous river-side park, or enjoy the variety of gift shops, cafe's and restaurants.

Devonport

Devonport is home to the Spirit of Tasmania ferry which arrives and leaves via the Mersey River in the center of Devonport. The Mersey Bluff is a great place to explore with walking tracks, the famous lighthouse and the Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Meseum. Devonport is also a great place for shopping and boasts a wide range of cafe's and restaurants.

Ulverstone

West of Devonport is the quiet town of Ulverstone which has plenty of great shops, cafe's and restaurants. The town is also scattered with large parks and playgrounds perfect for a family outing as well as the Ulverstone Museum and a host of war memorials including the grand Ulverstone clock.

Burnie

Keep traveling west you will come to the city of Burnie which has many attractions including art galleries, the Lactos Cheese Factory, the Little Penguin Observation Centre, Annsleigh Gardens, the historical Pioneer Village and nearby Guide Falls are all a must see.

Stanley and the Nut

Stanley is a popular town for visitors to Tasmania especially those who love fresh seafood. Located near the North Western tip of the state it is host to many attractions such as art galleries, the Highfield Historical site, the Seaquarium and Seal Cruises. Stanley also has a great golf coarse and some beautiful beaches perfect for relaxing on.

Tarkine Rainforest

The Tarkine Rainforest is located on the West coast of Tasmania, South of Stanley, and is Australia's largest temperate rainforest. It boasts a wealth of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage sites and is habitat to over fifty threatened species. You can venture through the Tarkine Forest Trail on foot or enjoy one of the major river cruises down either the Arthur River or Savage River.

Mole Creek Caves

Mole Creek has several caves famous for their beauty which you can explore on guided tours. There are two famous tourist caves which have paths and lights and there are also many wild caves which you can be guided through with the use of caving equipment for the more energetic thrill seekers.

Launceston

Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania and is located towards the East side of Northern Tasmania. The surrounding area is host to a variety of attractions including Cataract Gorge, City Park and there are many historical sites and ancient 19th century buildings throughout the city.