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Devonport Hotels

Cities and Resorts in Tasmania:

Hobart | Ben Lomond | Cradle Mountain | ~>Devonport | Launceston | Mount Mowson | Port Arthur | Queenstown | Swansea | White Beach

Devonport Tourist Information, Travel Guide & Tours

Australia has become the top destination for adventure and discovery holidays and cultural and educational tours. Tasmania is the smallest region of Australia, yet due to its climate and its unique natural fauna and flora is the place to go to relax in the natural environment or to have an active vacation by taking trips in the mountains’ wilderness or surfing on the beaches. Devonport is one of the largest cities of Tasmania and is placed in the north-west part of the region, at the mouth of the Mersey River. Devonport along with smaller city of Burnie, compose the most important regional centers in the north-west part of the Tasmanian state. Visitors that come to Tasmania are delighted to know this town as the Spirit of Tasmania ferries, particularly Spirit I and II travel to Melbourne, Victoria, Spirit III to Sydney, New South Wales. This way, Devonport can be accessible to visitors all across Australia.

 

On the way to Cradle Mountain, the most unique area in terms of well preserved wilderness, Devonport is the place to arrive. The Nation Park World Heritage site offers exceptional natural beauty. The city has a population of 22000 people and offers most vegetables crops supply of Tasmania. Exactly these vegetable crops make the delight of the driving on the roads of Devonport area, plus the paddocks of gazing Friesian cows.

The land marks of this city are the Spirit of Tasmania car and passengers ships that seem to take the ride on Mersey River as they would be on a main street. As expected the city is filled with maritime history which makes the Maritime Museum a mandatory location to visit. An original way to get to Coles Beach is to take the ancient steam train from Don River Railway and if you there why not visit around to see the impressive collection of locomotives. For the art fans, Devonport Art Gallery host exhibits of some pretty excellent woks of local artists.

Form Devonport there are some excellent tours trips to be taken on the Wild West cost of Tasmania, which include Mt. Field National Park, Tullah, Cradle Mountain, Montezuma and Strahan with accommodation options in hostels and en-motel or lodges from 2to 5 starts services. On the East Cost of Tasmania can be organized trips from Devonport that include Cataract Gorge, Bay of Fires, Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur and Tasmanian Peninsula, also with accommodation options in hostels and en-motel or lodges from 2to 5 starts services.

The most scenic location in this city is offered by the Mersey bluff headland with great views over the town, the river and the surroundings. Tiagarra is located here and displays over 18 Aboriginal rock carvings. West of the city the historical architecture fans will encounter the wonderful Home Hill build over 1000 years ago. An indulgent accommodation option in the city is provided by Eagles Nest Retreat, more so if you are looking for a couple of night of isolation before continuing discovering the amazing land of Tasmania.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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