Visitor Information Services
Do you need a little extra help in planning your trip to the Cradle Coast? We're here to help, with a knowledgeable team in our local visitor centres who are passionate about the region and ready to answer your questions.
See below for visitor information centres around Cradle Coast, or access a full list of visitor information centres across Tasmania.
Burnie’s Visitor Information Centre is located within the magnificent tourism centre Makers’ Workshop in North West Tasmania. A place to meet the locals and learn from them the special locations to visit on your journey. Let our helpful staff and volunteers assist you with bookings for accommodation and experiences, maps and directional support, and that[…] Read More
On the park boundary the visitor centre has an interpretive display, ranger station, park information, walker registration and up-to-date weather reports. Alpine weather changes rapidly always carry waterproof gear, even on summer day walks. There are many superb short walks from the centre and the Dove Lake car park, 14 km further on.
The Devonport Visitor Centre is located in the paranaple arts centre and is staffed with skilled and knowledgeable locals who can provide Statewide expert travel information and bookings. The friendly experienced staff offer extensive itinerary and tour suggestions and reservations, Spirit of Tasmania bookings, National Park Passes, souvenirs, coffee, free Wi-Fi, as well as where[…] Read More
Latrobe Visitor Information Centre in Tasmania’s northwest specialises in information on Latrobe and Port Sorell. Visit the centre for all your travel needs – bookings, advice, ideas, the ‘must see and do’s’ or just have a chat. Enjoy the relaxed setting in the historic streetscape of Latrobe while you receive great personal service by the[…] Read More
Our keen group of local residents are on hand at the Sheffield Visitor Information Centre to assist you with all of your Tasmanian travel needs. Specialising in Cradle Mountain, Sheffield, Railton and Wilmot our walls of brochures showcase attractions across the entire state. A booking desk with dedicated staff at the centre is available to[…] Read More
Call us or drop into the Stanley Visitor Centre to collect your visitor guides, local maps, tour and accommodation bookings, Park passes, free Wi-Fi or talk to a local for some expert advice and warm country hospitality. We are open seven days a week; Monday to Friday (0900 to 1700), Saturday and Sunday (1000 to[…] Read More
The Ulverstone Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located in the heart of Ulverstone and provides friendly local visitor services seven days a week. The centre has visual displays, art and craft display and sales as well as a range of souvenir maps and essential tools to get you moving through Ulverstone and the Central Coast[…] Read More
The West Coast Visitor Information and Booking Centre is located in the picturesque township of Strahan on Tasmania’s wild West Coast. From Strahan you can cruise the majestic Gordon River, take a scenic flight, kayak or walk to Hogarth Falls. In the evening view live theatre, “The Ship That Never Was”, the story of Sarah[…] Read More
If you’re the type of traveller that wants to connect with a place and its people or you enjoy the nostalgic journey through time, then the Wonders of Wynyard Visitor Information and Exhibition Centre is a must-see on your visit to Tasmania. The Wonders of Wynyard is home to the world class Ransley Veteran Car[…] Read More