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.
This fairytale village of 500 residents is a restored Bass Strait fishing village.
The 447,000-hectare Tarkine Wilderness Area is Australia's largest tract of unprotected temperate rainforest and it contains vast forests of myrtle, leatherwood and pine trees.
Aptly known as the Edge of the World, Arthur River sits beside the longest uninterrupted expanse of ocean on the globe.
Change gear to a more relaxed pace in Marrawah, the small community that overlooks the Southern Ocean.
Smithton is surrounded by picture-perfect lush green fields. It is also the jumping off point for taking a scenic flight of the north-west coast or a four-wheel-drive tour of the Tarkine and surrounds.
You’ll be attracted to stop at Rocky Cape National Park to take in the lighthouse and sweeping coastal views, however you’ll discover there’s much more to this tiny park.