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Tewkesbury: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Guide Falls Farm

Welcome to Guide Falls Farm. Nestled just above the infamous Guide Falls on the North West Coast of Tasmania is Guide Falls Farm. Set on a large acreage, come along and wander through the native gardens and feed the growing family of animals.
Bring the family and your friends and come for a tour of the animal park! Take Ally the alpaca for a walk around the gardens. Feed Edward the emu and the goats, rabbits, sheep, peacocks, deer and llama (just to name a few). We have many beautiful and rare birds.
Bring along some bread and feed the eager chickens and ducks. Or bring a picnic and enjoy an afternoon in the sun watching the cows graze and the lambs chase each other through the paddocks.
The farm is under new management and we will be adding more new and exciting attractions all the time.
The animal park is open 1000 to 1600 Wednesday to Sunday and is available for school and group bookings on Monday and Tuesdays. We will extend opening hours as the weather gets warmer.
We look forward to welcoming you onto the farm soon.

309 West Ridgley Road
West Ridgley, TAS, 7320

Located 8.5K from Tewkesbury

Hellyer Gorge

Make your way via Hellyer Gorge for a spectacular scenic route to the West Coast or Cradle Mountain. The windy route and steep cliffs make for a jaw-dropping wilderness drive, and is a favourite route for bike riders and touring cars. The welcoming canopy of rainforest provides a spectacular picnic spot along the banks of the Hellyer River. There are toilet and barbecue facilities, and the picnic area is the starting point for two short walks: the River Walk and the Old Myrtle Forest Walk. From Wynyard, take a 30-minute drive via Mount Hicks Road to Yolla where the road joins the Murchison Highway. Follow this through Hellyer Gorge and on to the historic town of Waratah, the iconic Cradle Mountain or the wild West Coast.

Murchison Hwy
Waratah, TAS, 7321

Located 13.3K from Tewkesbury

Emu Valley Rhododendron Gardens

The Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden is a stunning garden near Burnie, north-west Tasmania.
The Gardens are a ten-minute drive south of Burnie. The 11-hectare/28-acre garden features over 22,000 select rhododendrons and companion plants, creating a spectacular display between August and January each year. Colourful autumn foliage makes April a good time to visit, too. In addition to the hybrid rhododendrons familiar to gardeners, you can see many wild species of rhododendrons planted to reflect their geographical origins - from Asia Minor, across the Himalayas to China, Japan and to North America.
You can take a number of walks through the Gardens to enjoy the plants and tranquillity of this lush environment. Platypus, echidna, and diverse bird life are routinely sighted, and plantings are enhanced by a number of landscape features include gazebos, bridges, waterways, and a fountain.
The Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden is a partner garden of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
Our tea room is open Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays during August and September, and December through April. Open every day during peak flowering months of October and November. Tearoom is closed from May to end of July. EFTPOS not available.

55 Breffny Road
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 19.2K from Tewkesbury

Burnie Golf Club

Burnie Golf Club is a nine hole golf course with undulating tree lined fairways with some hills. Excellent grass greens year round. Greenside bunkers 1st, 2nd and 3rd holes. It has practice nets, fairway, putting green.
Mens competition Thursday and Saturday 7.30 - 9 am and 11.15 - 1 pm. Ladies competition Wednesday 9.30 am. Veteran competitions alternate Tuesday 9.30 am. Bookings are advised. Club house showers, bar, snacks on competition days. Barbecue or meal available for group bookings. Friday night - counter meals from 6 pm.
Holes: 9 Par: 72 Length: 5690m ACR: 68.9

East Cam Rd
Somerset, TAS, 7322

Located 20.2K from Tewkesbury

Burnie Regional Art Gallery

Burnie Regional Art Gallery features three modern galleries with regularly changing exhibitions.
The three modern galleries in the complex accommodate more than 20 different exhibitions a year - from the gallerys own permanent collection and exhibitions on tour or linked to special local, state or national events.
The gallery is home to one of the finest collections in Tasmania of Australian contemporary art on paper and presents a number of shows by artists and craftspeople living in Tasmania.

Burnie Arts & Function Centre,
77-79 Wilmot Street
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 20.8K from Tewkesbury

Burnie Regional Museum

Wander the charming Federation Street and see how ordinary people lived more than 100 years ago. Discover the lifestyles and aspirations of our forebears through rooms that are alive with personal treasures, memorabilia and tools of the trade. It is easy to get lost in the charm and detail of the general store or be relieved that, as far as kitchen and laundry appliances go, things have moved on!
Explore Burnie's beginnings as a privately owned enterprise and follow its progress through the 19th century in our Early Burnie exhibition. Learn about early exploration and the exploits of the Van Diemen's Land Company; life in the region for early settlers; and the events which led to Burnie's first economic boom at the turn of the 20th century.
For information about our temporary exhibitions and exciting programs please visit our website.
The museum holds extensive archival collections relating to the history of the North West region including some 400,000 photographs. To access our collections please contact us to make an appointment.
The Burnie Regional Museum has a beautiful range of vintage and antique-inspired gifts, quality educational items for children, Tasmanian history books and souvenirs.

Little Alexander Street
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 22.6K from Tewkesbury

Tewkesbury: Events

Burnie Lilium Show

The 2017 Burnie Lilium Show will be held at the Burnie Arts and Function Centre.
Doors are open from 1 to 4 pm on Saturday 7th January and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday 8th January.
The Burnie Lilium Show is the earlier of our two annual shows and features Asiatic and Trumpet/Aurelian Lilium Hybrids along with a range of early Species Liliums. Always a blaze of colour and interest!
This will be our 27th annual show at this excellent venue and promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Floral Art is a major feature at these shows. We have some very experienced and capable floral artists as well as some highly talented, relative newcomers. This provides a dynamic mix with some amazing floral artistry on show.
A well-stocked trade table with lilies and other plants, cut-flowers, and selected lilium seed.
Demonstrations are always available on a range of lilium-related subjects, from growing from seed to the art of hybridizing.
Entry: Adults $4. Accompanied children admitted free of charge.
Our mild climate and fertile soils ensure that Liliums grow about as well here as anywhere on earth!

Event Dates
      7th Jan
      8th Jan

77 Wilmot Street
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 22.7K from Tewkesbury

North West Niche Market

The very first North West Niche Market! And where better to settle ourselves than in Burnie, the 'City of Makers'?
The market is comprised of a variety of stalls, where you will find everything from handmade jewellery and handbags to organic baby products and hand printed cards. As regular Launceston Niche attendees know, the market is THE place to find unique, locally handmade items. As well as this, a portion of sales on the day are donated back to Burnie's Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre and StGiles NW children's disability service - so by shopping at the market you're also supporting a fantastic cause!

Event Dates
      19th Nov

77 Wilmot Street
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 22.7K from Tewkesbury

Anzac Day Dawn Service - Burnie

A Dawn Service will be held at the Burnie Cenotaph.
ANZAC was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey early on the morning of 25 April 1915 during the First World War (1914-1918).
As a result, one day in the year has involved the whole of Australia in solemn ceremonies of remembrance, gratitude and national pride for all our men and women who have fought and died in all wars. That day is ANZAC Day - 25 April.
A Dawn Service will be held at the Burnie Cenotaph to remember the ANZACs and other War veterans who fought for Australia.

Event Dates
      25th Apr

Bass Highway
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 22.7K from Tewkesbury

Burnie Shines

From humble beginnings in 2001 with 25 events, it has now grown to over 100 events!
Burnie Shines links together many small to medium events, to create a Burnie-made celebration each spring. It is then presented to the people of Tasmania, inviting them to visit Burnie and indulge in a feast of exhibitions, events, performances and parties.
Burnie Shines proves that something wonderful is created when many small events are collated and presented collectively, producing a multi faceted program with something for everyone. Everyone benefits! It is the working together that makes the Burnie Shines program unique.

Event Dates
      24th Oct
      25th Oct
      26th Oct
      27th Oct
      28th Oct
      29th Oct
      30th Oct
      31st Oct

77-79 Wilmot Street
Burnie, TAS, 7320

Located 22.7K from Tewkesbury

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