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Peacefest Wynyard 2014
By ATDW Database

Contact: 6442 3488 or peacefestwynyard@gmail.com
Venue: Myalla Community Centre, Wynyard Tasmania
Make the trip this summer, and make new friends, re-connect with old friends, follow the peace signs, PEACE, HEALING, MUSIC, RELAXATION AND JOY .
healthy choices, kids food and bottomless tea and coffee, BBQ for those who like a BURGER on the barbie, pumpkin soup, salads, lentil patties and much more! or feel free to bring your own food.
This is a family friendly gathering, bring yourself , bring a friend, bring your family, meet some new friends and catch up with some old ones, bring ... Read more

Wynyard, TAS
By Kylie Jane Degeling

Taking a break in Wynyard, Tasmania offers an unusual array of laid-back excitement. This delightful seaside town offers the best of relaxation, while providing adventure lovers plenty of scope to keep their adrenaline pumping. Spectacular views from Table Cape offer year-round enjoyment, made even more exquisite when the region brightens up with colour during the Wynyard Tulip Festival.   Once a major Tasmanian sea port due to its previous timber industry; today the town is a quiet haven of beauty and friendly locals.    Things to do: Tiptoe through the tulips: Wynyard is famous for its Tulip festival each October. If you’re in the area during late September or early October, also be sure to check out Van Diemen’s Bulb Farm where you can view fields of... Read more

Western Aviation
By ATDW Database

Contact: 6442 1111 or info@westernaviation.com.au
Western Aviation are based on Tasmania’s northwest coast at Wynyard and offer a range scenic flights.Experience the spectacular scenery that Tasmania has to offer by light aircraft or helicopter. We have several popular flights available where you can see breathtaking views of what the Tasmanian wilderness has on show, from snow capped mountains, deep gorges, magnificent rainforests, to the rugged West coast. Choose from one of our popular flights, or we can tailor one to suit you, the only limit is your imagination. Destinations can be as varied as King Island, Cape Grim and its wind farm, Strahan, Bathurst Harbour or Cradle Mountain . No matter where it is that you want to go, or what it is that you want to see, We can fly you there.Flights are available from Smithton and Wynyard. Scenic... Read more

Holiday Coast Day Tours
By ATDW Database

Contact: 6442 2891
Holiday Coast Day Tours offer full and half-day scenic tours to the north-west coast and Cradle Mountain.
There are five tours for you to choose from, including full-day tours to Circular Head and Stanley, Marakoopa Caves and Wildlife Park, Tamar... Read more

Tasmanian road trip – from Devonport to Arthur River
By Kylie Jane Degeling

A drive along the northwest coast of Tasmania from Devonport to Arthur River is unforgettable for any age group. You’ll want to drive slowly and stop often, to enjoy the stunning views and unique characteristics of each town. Here are a few of the highlights you can visit along the way... Devonport Your Tassie adventure begins when you disembark your ferry or flight. This is an excellent place to spend the night and explore the historic town. Places worth visiting include Tiagarra, The Tasmanian Aboriginal and Cultural Arts Centre which has dioramas of the region’s first inhabitants. Another interesting attraction is the Don River Railway and Museum, where you can walk around the collection of vintage steam locomotives and ride one to Cole Beach.  Spend a day at the be... Read more

North Western Tasmania and Wynyard
By Liz and Steve van Ommen

The North West of Tasmania is distinctive for its rich volcanic soil and rolling patchwork quilt of pasturelands. It is particularly famous for Cradle Mountain, the Stanley Nut and Boat Harbour. Increasingly it is becoming famous for the Tarkine wilderness, the world's second  largest temperate rainforest. In between these icons there are a multitude of natural and cultural attractions. Volcanoes and glaciers of the distant past have  shaped the entire area and have given rise to a great diversity of landscapes and ecosystems. There are a host of waterfalls, lakes, mountains and rainforests, valleys, plains, sand dunes and beaches. The seaside town of Wynyard, at the base of Table Cape, has a range of quality accommodation and restaurants making it an ideal base to explore... Read more

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