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Stop At: Devonport, Devonport, Tasmania
Devonport, located in Tasmania, Australia, is situated along the northern coast at the confluence of the Mersey River and Bass Strait. Along its waterfront, you can explore the Bluff Lighthouse, Bass Strait Maritime Centre, which features displays showcasing the history of early explorers, shipwrecks, and steamships. Home Hill, once the residence of former Australian Prime Minister Joseph Lyons in the early 1900s, has been transformed into a museum. Additionally, the Don River Railway, functioning as a museum, offers short train rides for visitors to enjoy.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Sheffield Visitor Information Centre, 5 Pioneer Cres, Sheffield, Tasmania 7306 Australia
Sheffield, a quaint town often referred to as the “Mural Town,” boasts a reputation for its warm hospitality, rural charm, and an array of attractions. Drawing in more than 200,000 visitors annually, it’s certainly a must-visit destination when in Tasmania, Australia. If you happen to be here in November, you’ll have the chance to experience the annual Mural Fest, where you might encounter numerous talented painters participating in this captivating event.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Penguin, Penguin, Tasmania
Penguin derives its name from a neighboring penguin rookery, Evidently, the town takes immense pride in its feathered residents, with notable features such as a towering “giant penguin” perfect for memorable photos, artistic penguin designs adorning rubbish bins, and various penguin-themed signs throughout the area. Traveling along the Old Bass Highway in this region offers a picturesque route characterized by expansive ocean vistas,
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Upper Burnie Lookout, Upper Burnie TAS 7320, Australia
Offering fantastic panoramic views of the coast from the port and city’s central business district through to Round Hill.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Burnie Regional Museum, Little Alexander Street, Burnie, Tasmania 7320 Australia
Stroll through a captivating historical street, revealing life over a century ago. Dive into the past by exploring rooms filled with personal treasures, relics, and tools, vividly depicting our ancestors’ lives. Lose yourself in the quaint general store’s charm, but appreciate modern advancements in kitchen and laundry appliances. Trace Burnie’s evolution from a private enterprise, delving into the 19th century in our Early Burnie exhibit. Uncover tales of early exploration, the hardships of early settlers, and the events sparking Burnie’s inaugural economic boom in the early 20th century.
Duration: 30 minutes