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About Burnie
Burnie is a port city on the north-west coast of Tasmania, an island state, part of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Take a self guided tour with Burnie's Art Deco Trail covering 25 striking art deco industrial and commercial buildings. Maps and podcasts available at www.artdecotasmania.com.au

Burnie Regional Art Gallery exhibits a permanent collection and local, state and national exhibitions.

Learn about Burnie's past at the Burnie Regional Museum.

Emu Valley Rhododendron Gardens feature more than 20,000 rhododendrons, walks and landscaped areas with plants from different regions of the world.

Meet an alpaca at Guide Falls Alpaca Park. The showroom offers locally made alpaca products and other crafts.

Hellyers Road Distillery is Australia's largest distiller of single malt whisky. The dedicated Visitor Centre offers a full interpretation of the working distillery ‘Whisky Walk’, product tasting and a superb restaurant with a retail centre.

The Makers' Workshop is a place that honours Burnie's history, makers, innovators and artists.
You are invited to try your hand at making paper under the guidance of experienced and informative paper makers.

At 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 (October to February only).

Burnie Farmers Market sets up at Wivenhoe Show Grounds on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 8am-12.30pm with around 50 stalls offering fresh produce and crafts.

Visit the National Foods Cheese Tasting Centre (Old Surrey Road) where you can sample fine cheeses and buy direct from the maker.

Local specialities include wild salmon, Leatherwood honey, black truffles, award winning cheeses and beef.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock adjacent to the town at a commercial port.

A free shuttle is provided which stops at the visitor information centre, Pioneer Village Museum and the Central Business District (CBD).
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Burnie

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