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Setting Sail for Burnie's Beauty

Are you searching for an eco-conscious and luxurious experience that immerses you in the natural wonder and local culture of Burnie, Tasmania? As a cruise guest, you can make the most of your visit to this stunning destination, thanks to Coastline Tours Tasmania.

Welcome to Burnie: Tasmania's Coastal Gem

Nestled along the pristine coastline of northwest Tasmania, Burnie welcomes you with stunning coastlines, lush hinterlands, and a vibrant local community as you disembark from your cruise ship.

Burnie has all the ingredients for a remarkable onshore adventure. Established in 1827 as Emu Bay, Burnie’s rich history includes a renaming in the early 1840s in honour of William Burnie, a Van Diemen’s Land Company director. Queen Elizabeth II officially proclaimed the city on April 26, 1988.

As Tasmania’s fourth-largest city and a significant port, Burnie serves as the gateway to scenic northwest Tasmania, an area rich in picturesque old villages, homesteads, and historic homes. Inland, the rainforest and wilderness of Cradle Mountain National Park, a World Heritage Site, await exploration.

Why Choose Coastline Tours?

Coastline Tours, led by local Sarah Griffin, dedicates itself to showcasing the very best of Burnie and its surroundings. With a deep understanding of the area and a passion for sharing its beauty, Coastline Tours is committed to creating lasting memories for every guest.

Your Perfect Itinerary Awaits

Coastline Tours offers a diverse itinerary tailored to everyone’s interests. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, a culinary connoisseur, a history buff, or an adventurer. Here’s a glimpse of the unforgettable moments you’ll experience:

Capturing Burnie’s Magic: As you traverse Burnie: the “City by the Sea,” Campbell’s Lookout invites you to capture magnificent views over the coastal city, where magic seems to hang in the air.

Guide Falls: Here, you’ll capture stunning views, listen to the soothing sounds, and feel the gentle mist of fresh Tasmanian water. The viewing platform, easily accessible via steps, provides the perfect photo opportunity to capture the falls’ beauty.

Hellyer’s Road Whisky Distillery: Whiskey enthusiasts, prepare to be amazed at Hellyer’s Road Whisky Distillery—one of Australia’s finest single malt whiskey distilleries, renowned for its award-winning single malts.

Fernglade Reserve:  Magnificent fern trees line your path along the Emu River. This is a journey into the heart of Tasmania’s natural beauty.

Hiscutt Park: Following the picturesque coast, stopping in charming seaside towns. Hiscutt Park in Penguin waits for your morning tea break, home to the elusive platypus.

Don River Railway: Step back in time and immerse yourself in captivating stories of the past as you explore this historical gem.

Braddon’s Lookout: The tour continues to Braddon’s Lookout, where you can see the patchwork countryside and vast crop fields that stretch as far as the eye can see.

Wings Wildlife Park: Get up close and personal with Tasmania’s unique wildlife. Dive into the ancient wonders of Gunns Plains Cave and marvel at the stunning underground formations.

Experience Burnie: Your adventure takes you through apple and pear orchards, and you’ll visit a local vineyard. To end your day sweetly, the local Berry Patch offers a delightful berry ice cream treat to savour.

Book Your Onshore Burnie Experience Today

Burnie and its surroundings offer a world of beauty and culture to explore, and Coastline Tours is your key to unlocking this extraordinary destination. If you’re a cruise guest seeking an unforgettable experience in Burnie, don’t hesitate. Book your tour with Coastline Tours Tasmania.

Your day in Burnie is a chance to create memories that will last a lifetime, and Coastline Tours is your perfect partner in this adventure. Join us, and together, let’s explore Burnie’s stunning coastlines, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant culture.

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