Diverse experiences await you in Tasmania’s North West. You choose the pace and we’ll provide the tastes, people, sights and adventures.
Stunning natural beauty, wild coastlines, picturesque towns and a slower pace are what attract people to this part of the North West that forms the gateway to the Tarkine.
A favourite holiday destination, with its crystal clear waters and gentle waves. Enjoy the calm mood of this picturesque area, enjoy the outstanding local arts, crafts and collections and explore
Visit thriving Devonport for shops, coffee, Tasmanian art and historical attractions, nearby Port Sorell for stunning coastal scenery and outdoor activities, and stately Latrobe, with its beautiful
A little of everything: journey from the charming coastal village of Penguin, to historic and intriguing riverside Ulverstone then inland to explore the famous caves and sinkholes of Gunns Plains.
Iconic Cradle Mountain is only one part of this spectacular World Heritage Area. Walk, tour or relax by the ancient rainforests, heathlands, buttongrass plains, glacial streams and lakes.
The vibrant port-side town of Burnie is a creative hub. Indulge in art, food, coastal views, visits to nearby gardens and bushwalks.
King Island is synonymous with gourmet dairy and succulent beef. It is also a wonderland for nature lovers and anyone who loves stunning beach views and island simplicity.
Follow the Cradle Coast Tasting Trail
Craggy landscapes, swift-flowing rivers, glassy lakes, skillful fly fishing and the ever-present history of hydro-electric schemes will draw you in to explore
The tiny nineteenth-century township of Corinna is a unique wonderland from which to explore mountain, river, forest and sea, including the Tarkine
Stunning, scenic Strahan invites you to explore the past and present.