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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

Burnie Regional Art Gallery

Burnie Regional Art Gallery features three modern galleries with regularly changing exhibitions. The three modern 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 gallery is home to one of 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

Cove Gallery & Cafe (Risby Cove)

The Cove Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in Strahan on Tasmania’s west coast. Strahan is a four-and-a-half-hour drive west of Hobart (298 kilometres) and south-west of Launceston (290 kilometres). The Gallery is part of Strahan’s waterfront Risby Cove accommodation complex. Housed within a converted, century-old sawmill workshop with the exposed-beam framework complimenting an[…] Read More

Cow ‘N’ Calf Art Gallery

The Cow ‘N’ Calf Art Gallery is located in, Stanley, a beautiful quaint heritage-style township located in Tasmania’s north west. The gallery has been operating since October 2010. The gallery exhibits consist of the photographic works created by David Murphy, and a range of other artists artworks as well. They comprise glasswares, woodworks, jewellery, apparel[…] Read More

Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery

The Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery is a purpose-built gallery showcasing works from Tasmanian and visiting artists in a wild setting. It’s provides an opportunity for artists to present their work in one of Australia’s most revered natural areas and plays host to artists in residence. The Gallery is located adjacent to Cradle Mountain Hotel, a[…] Read More

Devonport Regional Gallery

The Devonport Regional Gallery is a regional public art gallery in North West Tasmania. Housed in a converted 19th century church in the town’s centre, the Devonport Regional Gallery presents an annual program of exhibitions, education and public programs including events and workshops. The program showcases emerging artist’s work in The Little Gallery, which is[…] Read More

Eric Thomas Galley Museum

Housed in the original Imperial Hotel (built 1897)(,The museum has an extensive collection this collection is 98% donated and it is run by a volunteer committee and volunteers) historic West Coast photographs, more than 1,000 photographs are displayed many of which were collected by Mr Eric Thomas, who first established the museum. There are 30[…] Read More

Honey Farm – The

Discover the tastes, flavours and textures of honey at The Honey Farm in Chudleigh, Tasmania. Nestled under the Great Western Tiers mountain range, the vibrant cartoon bees adorning the building are difficult to miss. Inside you will be taken on a journey of discovery into the amazing world of the honeybee. There are over 50[…] Read More

Kentish Museum

The Kentish Museum is a heritage museum at Sheffield, North West Tasmania. Sheffield is a 40-minute drive south of Devonport (30 km) and a one-hour drive west of Launceston (93 km). The Kentish museum preserves and displays artefacts from Sheffield’s history. Exhibits include agricultural machinery, minerals, shop fittings, old books, historical newspapers, pioneer household effects[…] Read More