Aside from penguin and platypus viewing, Burnie boasts beautiful coastal views, waterfront beaches and nature walks, such as the Fernglade Reserve and Guide Falls. Our town has a rich industrial history, which can be explored through visits to the Burnie Regional Museum, showcasing life in early 1900’s.

Burnie is a hub for arts and culture, with performances and exhibitions featuring local and national artists. For foodies, Burnie hosts a weekly farmer's market and has a range of local cafes and restaurants offering fresh produce and seafood. There are several accommodation options, from luxury hotels to caravan parks for those who want to explore the nature of Burnie, Tasmania.