Stanley Tourism & Travel Guide

4 Days
Tasmania - Experience the experience

Here is an travel plan for people who are heading to one of the most beautiful destinations - Tas...

Vikash Kumar

Stanley Heritage Walk
Main Rd, Stanley, Tasmania 7331
Sticks & Stones Shells & Bones
27 Church Street, Stanley, Tasmania
Joe Lyons Cottage
14 Alexander Terrace, Stanley, Tasmania 7331
The Nut State Reserve
Browns Road, Stanley, Tasmania
Stanley Seaquarium
Lot 1, Fisherman's Dock, Stanley, Tasmania 7331


Hobart
Hobart would be your next stop, home of the Cascade Brewery and David Walsh’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). The first and last on that list are absolute must-do’s. Any nightlife or shopping will take place on the waterfront by Salamanca Place. Make sure you stop by the Cargo Bar Pizza Lounge for drinks and gourmet pizzas you’ve never heard of. Though on the pricey side, you’ll love every bite.
Launceston
The final stop before heading back to Devonport is Launceston. If you can return your car on Tassie and fly back from Launceston (or even Hobart) instead, I’d recommend it. As fun as it is, you won’t want to take that ferry more than once. The James Boags brewery is located here, along with the Tasmania Zoo. If you’re into wildlife (especially birds) you’ll want to make a pit stop. It’s a bit run-down but they do have Tasmanian Devil feeding sessions. And if there’s one thing you can’t leave Tassie without seeing, it’s The Devil!

About Stanley

A bit farther along the coast you’ll find Stanley, home of The Nut, an old volcanic formation. There’s a gondola you can ride to the top for $10 if you’d prefer to save 30 minutes of energy for…the car ride. Take in the view and then get going. You won’t need to spend more than a couple hours here as there’s not much more to see.
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