Rocky Cape National Park

Rocky Cape offers visitors a wide variety of coastal experiences, from small sheltered beaches to banskia-dotted hillsides with sweeping views out over Bass Strait. Here you can also learn about Aboriginal life on the north-west coast when caves were first occupied about 8,000 years ago. Swimming, fishing, boating and bushwalking are popular activities. The park offers a fascinating variety of walks, ranging from less than 20 minutes to a full day. These take in Aboriginal rock shelters and caves, scenic hills full of wildflowers and birds, and tranquil beaches, bays and rocky headlands.

Western Aviation Scenic Flights

Scenic charter flights over Tasmania’s North West icons such as Cradle Mountain, Cape Grim - Woolnorth Wind Farm, the Tarkine and West Coast.
Building 7, Burnie Airport, Wynyard - Tel: (03) 6442 1111

Seabreeze Restaurant

Cafe, Restaurant & Function Room

Located in one of Australia's most productive farming and fishing regions, local seasonal produce is the star of Seabreeze's modern Australian menu. Using ingredients literally sourced from the surrounding land and ocean, you will enjoy hearty steaks, as-fresh-as-it-comes seafood and even delicious wood-fired pizzas.

The menu is complimented by the wide range of beverage offerings. Seabreeze proudly serves a wide array of Tasmanian beers and wines, in addition to other highly regarded beers, ciders and wines from around the world. Award-winning Veneziano coffee is also served. Pizzas are available from Thursday to Sunday, starting at lunch time, eat in or take away. The snack menu is available between meal service times.

The Little Penguin Observation Centre

Friends of Burnie Penguins, offer free guided Penguin Tours. Tours begin at Little Penguin Observation Centre about one hour after dusk.


From September to March the Friends of Burnie Penguins offer free Penguin Interpretation Tours. Go to the Little Penguin Observation Centre around sunset. T: 0437 436 803 - West Beach, Burnie.

Highfield Historic Site (Historic House)

Built from 1832 to 1835 for the chief agent of the Van Diemen's Land Company, this historic house has been restored and is a rare example of domestic architecture from the Regency period. The Van Diemen’s Land Company played a key role in the European settlement of Tasmania’s North West. 143 Greenhills Road, Stanley - Tel: (03) 6458 1100

Woolnorth Tours

Guided tours of Woolnorth - Cape Grim. The 22,000 hectare property, Woolnorth, covers the north west tip of Tasmania. A rare chance to see spectacular scenery, take coastal walks around the most northern tip of the island. Woolnorth, Smithton - Tel: (03) 6452 1493

Stanley Seal Cruises

Personalised 75-minute cruises from Stanley to Bull Rock, home to a population of over 500 Australian fur seals, the fourth-rarest seal species in the world. Dockside, Stanley. Tas. 7331 - Mobile: 0419 550 134

Day Trips

Travelling times to nearby towns. From Sisters Beach to:


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