See and Do

Drives

Unless you are an ardent cross country hiker, driving is one of the few ways you'll get to see, enjoy and explore the region. Most destinations can be reached and explored within the same day.

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Walks

North West Tasmania is a walker's paradise. The coastline offers plenty of opportunities to stretch your legs and explore. The hinterland has mountain peaks and canyons.

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Along The Shore

The dramatic coastal features of North West Tasmania were created by ancient volcanic activity, leaving behind a dramatic coastline that begs to be explored and appreciated.

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Created from Chaos

In Tasmania's North West, the handiwork of the Earth’s massive forces and geomorphological processes are evident in almost every view.

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Waterfalls

The little town of Penguin is one of those pretty coastal towns that you can keep coming back to time and time again and never get tired of.

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The Tarkine

Tasmania's Tarkine region is one of the few World Heritage Wilderness areas that can be easily accessed with just a 2 wheel drive vehicles.

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Preolenna Valley

In Tasmania's North West, the handiwork of the Earth’s massive forces and geomorphological processes are evident in almost every view.

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Table Cape

Table Cape - a circular volcanic plug with a flat top - makes an impressive and dramatic backdrop across Bass Strait for the town of Wynyard.

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Great Western Tiers

The Great Western Tiers are a collection of World Heritage listed mountain bluffs that form the northern edge of the Central Highlands plateau in Tasmania.

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Fairy (Little) Penguins

With Tasmania's proximity to Antarctica, it is no surprise the island state is a popular nesting place for penguins along the North West Coast.

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Old Surrey Road

Take a drive from Burnie along one of North West Tasmania's most historic roads, pioneered by the region's premier explorer, Henry Hellyer.

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