Tasmania - Devonport & The Northwest (PDF Chapter)
This is the Devonport & the Northwest chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Tasmania’s northwest is the island in a nutshell - wild in places, quietly sophisticated every-where else. Best of all, the sense of exploring one of the world's last unspoiled corners will linger long after you leave.
- walk a heritage trail then climb the Nut for fabulous views in Stanley
- search for platypuses in the Mersey River south of Latrobe
- go beyond the paved road, deep into the Tarkine rainforest at Corinna
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Devonport, Latrobe, Deloraine, Mole Creek, Mole Creek Karst National Park, Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Gowrie Park, Lake Barrington, Sheffield, Ulverstone, Penguin, Burnie, Wynyard & around, Boat Harbour Beach, Rocky Cape National Park, Stanley, Smithton & around, Marrawah, Arthur River, Tarkine Wilderness, Western Explorer & Arthur Pieman Conservation Area, Corinna & the Pieman River, Waratah and King Island.
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