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Burnie, Tasmania

Situated on the North West coast of Tasmania, Burnie is the Australian island state’s most westerly city. Visitors staying in Burnie will discover a range of brilliant attractions and fascinating excursions available all over the region. Boasting a fabulous shopping district, filled with fantastic stores, bars and restaurants, the city is a hotspot for tourists and locals looking for a fun day out. Burnie also has a charming collection of public spaces, from exquisite beaches and coastline to tranquil parks, gardens and green spaces. The city’s modern architecture, galleries and museums contribute towards Burnie’s vibrant culture and the region’s natural landscape and native wildlife have inspired visitors from across the world.

Sightseeing in Burnie

Burnie is brimming with activities and sight-seeing possibilities for people of all ages. Hiking trails around the region’s spectacular scenery are particularly popular, alongside trips to the area’s many nature reserves, parks and gardens. Self guided tours of the local architecture as well as trips to the Burnie Regional Art Gallery are a great way to experience the city’s culture and heritage. However, perhaps the region’s most popular attractions are the flora, fauna and native wildlife that have made Burnie their home.

The Little Penguin Observation Centre

Located on the western side of West Beach at Parsonage Point, The Little Penguin Observation Centre is the best place to see Burnie’s native penguin population up close.

Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden

Visitors to this majestic garden can observe and enjoy around 20,000 different plants over an area of about 11 hectares. The garden incorporates stunning features including lakes, waterways, bridges and wildlife, which make it the perfect place to take a relaxing stroll and appreciate the beauty of nature.

Guide Falls Alpaca and Animal Park

Situated about 15 minute drive to the south of Burnie is Guide Falls Alpaca and Animal Park, home to around 80 alpacas alongside other animals including sheep, goats, ferrets, rabbits, birds and fish. With an affordable entrance fee and the chance to buy alpaca fleece garments, this fully functioning farm is a great place for the whole family to visit.

Shopping in Burnie

The best place to shop for fashion, electronics and other general items is the beachside City Link shopping district, which boasts a variety of branded retailers alongside smaller independent stores. Visitors hoping to purchase local produce, such as cheese, wine and whiskey, have several options. The Cheese Shop located at Maker’s Workshop is the best place to buy Burnie’s world famous dairy products. For high quality whiskey, tourists should consider a trip to Hellyers Road Distillery, where smooth single malt has been produced for the best part of a century.

Eating Out in Burnie

Burnie boasts a range of amazing cafes and restaurants, serving some of the best food in the state. Travellers can buy their own locally produced provisions from the fantastic Burnie Farmer’s Market, which sells fresh local produce at affordable prices. A wide variety of excellent restaurants are situated throughout the city centre serving international cuisine, alongside a range of convenient fast food outlets. 

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