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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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The Far North-West, Smithton & The Tarkine

The Tarkine

The far North West can often be overlooked by visitors.  The area west of Wynyard and Burnie to the far north western tip of the island has a great deal to offer.  The costal view above depicts the unique Circular Head - known as "The Nut".   At it's base is the historical fishing village of Stanley with a rich history to explore.  Just to the right behind the view is Rocky Cape National Park, a scenic and historical aboriginal site.  One of two small aboriginal caves is shown to the centre left in the banner above.  The popular Boat Harbour beach is at the bottom centre.  Historic Highfield House is at the bottom right.  Allendale Gardens, centre right,  just south of Smithton are a delight.

 

Other attractions include a wild surf beach at Marrawah where the Bass Highway ends.  The historic Woolnorth property comprising the far north west corner.  Cape Grim is where the worlds purest air is measured.  Further south is the Arthur River.  A wilderness cruise operates on the river rivalling it's counterpart at Strahan to the Gordon River.  There are large areas of Rainforest to explore along with the drive through the wilderness region known as the Tarkine south to Corinna on the Pieman River.

 

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on the Dip Falls road near Stanley