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Friends of Burnie Penguins provide a free interpretative guided experience to visitors to the Burnie Little Penguin colony.
Explore the rivers edge of Fernglade Reserve for the platypus in its natural environment.
The 25-acre garden features over 22,000 select rhododendrons and companion plants, creating a spectacular floral display between late August and January each year.
Nestled just above the infamous Guide Falls (19km south of Burnie) on the North West Coast of Tasmania is Guide Falls Farm.
Burnie's parks and reserves have an extensive choice of facilities and services where you can enjoy a host of recreational activities. They include playgrounds, barbecue, and picnic areas as well as off-leash areas for your dog.
Burnie boasts a range of shared paths, walking tracks and trails, in both wilderness and urban settings.
Explore the beautiful beaches of Burnie
Take in panoramic views of Burnie. Take in views of the busy city centre and port. Platforms at higher elevations provide coastal vistas and views into Burnie's hinterland.
Travel in any direction from Burnie to experience unique locations; gourmet trails, natural wonders, history, retail therapy. Design a half or full day itinerary that suits your interests.
Visitors Information Centre
Located at Makers' Workshop
2 Bass Highway, Parklands
Burnie Tasmania 7320.
OPEN Thursday - Monday, 9:30am - 4:30pm
(03) 6430 5831