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Burnie is located in the centre of the north west coast on the Emu River and boasts a wonderful blend of history, attractions and natural beauty. Visit the reserves and parks, see platypus sliding through the water at Fern Glade, marvel at the rhododendron gardens, or maybe indulge in some boating or fishing. Enjoy shopping in the city centre, or perhaps take advantage of the local golfing, bowling, swimming or tennis facilities.

See just how Tasmania’s beauty inspires our artists by viewing their work in the Burnie Art Gallery. You can also learn about the history of the area at the Pioneer Village Museum or taste the fabulous cheeses at the Lactos Cheese Factory.

After dinner, the true romantics can take a walk along the beachside boardwalk and watch a spectacular sunset or visit the local penguin colony. Guests can also obtain a copy of the Burnie wildlife guide from reception, which outlines eleven different walks over thirteen kilometres of creek and beachside track.

Burnie also makes the ideal base for visits into the beautiful North and West of our natural state. A short drive from Burnie are tranquil walks in the Hellyer Gorge State Reserve.

Experience the beauty of the scenic drives along the spectacular coastline. Drive along the coast to Boat Harbour, Sisters Beach and Rocky Cape National Park.

The Burnie wildlife guide is an excellent publication which reveals the enormous diversity of fauna in our area and is available from our reception.