Places (Towns/Cities)

A Great Base to Explore the Tasmanian North-West

Smithton is a great place to base yourself for a few days while you explore the far North West Located…

A Traditional Tasmanian Village with Irish Charm

This picturesque Tasmanian village was first established as a garrison town in the 1830s. Westbury has the look and feel…

A Hidden Tasmanian Lakeside Village Retreat

Tullah is a small town situated on Tasmania’s rugged west coast on the northern edge of the west coast range.…

The Best Little (Tasmanian) Town in the World

Founded in 1881, Strahan is located in the breathtaking and rugged isolation of Tasmania’s North West. Once a port for…

Home of The Beautiful Tasmanian Nut

One of Stanley’s most prominent tourist attractions is The Nut, the remnants of an ancient volcanic plug, rising 143 metres…

The Tasmanian Fishing Town and Gateway to the Bay of Fires

Situated on the north east coast of Tasmania, St Helens is the largest town in the region. The heart of…

Home to the ‘Best Soil on the Island’

In 1855 surveyor James Scott (Scottsdale’s namesake) proclaimed that Scottsdale had “the best soil on the island”. True to his…

The Truly Authentic Tassie Mining Town

Located 180kms south of Burnie and 256kms west of Hobart, Queenstown is the largest town on Tasmania’s west coast. The…