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Albert Gallery (Working Art Space Sheffield)

The Albert Gallery is one of two art galleries operated by Working Art Space Sheffield (WASS) in the famous northwest town of Sheffield. The gallery is situated at the High street end of Albert Street, Sheffield adjacent to King George V park. It is both an art gallery and a thriving hub of local arts[…] Read More

Arthur River

Arthur River is surrounded by dramatic coastal scenery and wet forests which is a great base for exploring the Tarkine wilderness area in Tasmania’s North West. The town borders the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area where there are facilities for camping, picnics and barbecues. The tiny West Coast settlement of Arthur River is also the northern access[…] Read More

Bass Strait Maritime Centre Devonport

Bass Strait Maritime Centre Devonport is situated in parkland at the mouth of the Mersey River. Through objects, images and interactive displays, the Centre explores the themes of the natural history of Bass Strait and its islands, European exploration, settlement, early shipbuilders and entrepreneurs, shipwrecks, the impact of steam, the creation of the Port City[…] Read More

Bell Mountain

While you won’t notice the unobtrusive Bell Mountain from afar, its location affords unparalleled 360 degree views. Look across Tasmania’s Central Highlands to the south including Lake Cethana, Cradle Mountain and Barn Bluff, Mount Roland to the east and the Dial Range and Valentines Peak to the west, complemented by a beautiful vista to the[…] Read More

Bells Parade Reserve

Picturesque Bell’s Parade is situated on the Latrobe inlet of the Mersey River. It is named after Robert Bell, who with his half brother Henry Bentinck constructed a wharf and a store on the site in 1855. From the 1880’s it was the main port on the river, becoming northern Tasmania’s second major trading port[…] Read More

Bridal Veil Falls and Champagne Falls

The Bridal Veil Falls cascade 20 metres into Bulls Creek. Champagne Falls is a 15 metre high teeming cascade into a mossy and shaded area of Bulls Creek. Both can be visited on one walk. Leave Lemonthyme Lodge at Moina along a four wheel drive track, past the managers residence and uphill. After 40 minutes[…] Read More

Bridal Veil, Champagne and No Name Falls

All three falls are on one 2.5-hour return walk from Lemonthyme Lodge at Moina, on the way to Cradle Mountain. The Bridal Veil Falls cascade 20 metres into Bulls Creek. In full flow they form a rectangular curtain of water and at lower flow form a series of vertical columnar strands draping the underlying rock[…] Read More

Burnie Farmers Market

The Burnie Farmers Market in Tasmania’s North West includes around 50 stalls selling a diverse range of goods. This is the original Farmers Market established in 2002 and run by local community groups. You can choose from the freshest and best local produce at the Burnie Farmers Market. A great selection of farm produce, baked[…] Read More

Burnie Regional Art Gallery

Burnie Regional Art Gallery features three galleries with regularly changing exhibitions with public programs such as floor talks and lunchtime lectures. The galleries in the complex accommodate more than 20 different exhibitions a year – from the gallerys own permanent collection to exhibitions on tour or linked to special local, state or national events. The[…] Read More

Circular Head Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre houses a large collection of photos and artifacts detailing the history of the Circular Head area which have been donated by local families detailing their social, cultural and economic history. Located in a historic building in King Street, Smithton visitors are welcome to browse at their leisure or ask to see specific[…] Read More

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