AGFEST - A renowned annual agricultural field day held in the Australian state of Tasmania. It was first held in 1983 and is run by the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania with profits assisting Tasmania Rural Counselling. It has grown to the state's largest single event and attracts up to 70,000 visitors during three days in May each year at the 200-acre (80 ha) site in rural Carrick.
Bloomin Tulips Festival (Wynyard) - An annual celebration of everything that is colourful, beautiful and charming about not only the tulips that adorn Table Cape, but also our the Waratah-Wynyard municipality.
Burnie Shines - A month long festival held every October. See website for details.
Chocolate Winterfest (Latrobe) - Latrobe's wickedly delicious festival celebrating all things chocolate.
Devonport Jazz - Annual music festival featuring artists from interstate as well as Tasmania's leading jazz musicians, Devonport Jazz is a celebration of all jazz genres - both old and new. Devonport Jazz breaks the mould by incorporating elements of education, food, visual art, dance and film into the traditional jazz festival program.
Festival In The Park (Ulverstone) - A major celebration of lifestyle, food, wine and entertainment of Tasmania's North West Coast. It is held in Anzac Park on the banks of the beautiful Leven River.
Forth Valley Blues Festival - The festival has showcased some of the very best in Australian Blues & Roots music talent, with both home grown Tassie acts and great mainland names.
Mural Fest (Sheffield) - The International Mural Fest is a truly unique art competition that is held annually in Sheffield - the 'Town of Murals', in Tasmania, Australia, commencing Easter Sunday every year.
Taste of the North West (Sheffield) - A showcase of Tasmania’s North West region’s finest food and beverages, held in the picturesque King George V Park with majestic Mount Roland as a backdrop. End of April.
Taste The Harvest (Devonport) - The aim of the festival is to celebrate the diversity of fantastic produce that is available on the North West Coast.
Brickendon - One of Tasmania's oldest farming properties, settled in 1824 by William Archer, the farm has been continuously operated and lived on by his direct descendants, now in their 7th generation.
Highfield Historic Site - Located at Stanley. Built from 1832 to 1835 for the chief agent of the Van Diemen's Company. The State Government purchased the house in the early 1980's when it was in a dilapidated state. Today the house has been restored and invites visitors to look through the beautiful old building and grounds, read the interpretation and ask the guides for any information about the early history of Stanley.
Latrobe - The township of Latrobe is one of the finest historical towns in Tasmania.
Waldhiem - Located in the Cradle Valley. Gustav and Kate Weindorfer built the rustic home and guest chalet in 1912.
Burnie Farmers Market - 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month 8am to 12.30pm. Up to 50 stalls of both fresh produce and crafts. Wivenhoe Show Grounds, Smith Street, Burnie.
Devonport Farmers Market - 2nd & 4th Saturday of every month 8.30am -12noon. Devonport Showgrounds, off Gunn Street.
Don Village Market - Situated opposite Don River Railway, Don Village Market is run every Sunday, specialising in homemade crafts and produce. Outdoor and undercover stalls are available catering for approximately 50 stalls from homespun goods through to the garden enthusiasts.
Latrobe Market - Every Sunday, Latrobe hosts its popular street market which has a little bit of everything from antiques and crafts to fresh produce and home made preserves. This market will delight the treasure trove enthusiasts, antiques collectors, food and vegetable buffs. Something to please everybody.
Penguin Market - The Penguin Market is one of Tasmania's largest markets offering over 200 stalls under cover. This makes Penguin Market one of the only all weather markets. The Market has quality product lines, which include fresh produce, fine Tasmanian woodwork, jewellery, fashion, giftware, hand made craft and home wares. There is also an International food court, which includes pizza and pasta, an espresso bar, souvlaki, seafood, Asian food, an ice cream bar, juice and health food.
Sheffield Town Hall Market - Held every third Saturday of each month from 9am to 2pm with stalls along High Street and inside the Town Hall. Stalls include second hand goods, preserves, live poultry, biscuits and cakes, handcrafts and handmade gifts, stationary supplies, fresh produce, coffee and yummy food.
Made with Love Market Bazaar (Wynyard) - A hidden gem of a market held every second Saturday of the month. Market goers can purchase reasonably priced high quality locally handmade homewares, jewellery, candles, fashion, baby/children's wear and toys, plants and locally grown produce, speciality cakes/sweets and nanna style home baking.
Wynyard Farmers Market - 2nd & 4th Saturday of every month 8.30am to 12noon. Wynyard Showgrounds, Jackson St Wynyard.
Burnie Regional Museum - History of Burnie and surrounds.
Burnie Regional Art Gallery - Three galleries exhibiting a permanent collection and local, state and national exhibitions.
Bass Strait Maritime Centre - Located in Devonport.
Devonport Gallery - Open Mon to Fri 10-5, Sat 12-5, Sun and Public Holidays 1-5.
Devonport Regional Gallery - Presents an annual program of exhibitions, education and public programs including events and workshops.
Makers' Workshop - Located in Burnie. The Makers' Workshop is a place that honours Burnie's history, makers, innovators and artists.
Mural House (Sheffield) - Specialises in murals inspired by native art from a range of cultures, painted by the artist on the interior walls of her home.
Stanley Artworks Studio Gallery - Stanley Artworks seeks to illustrate the Tasmanian identity through a distinctive selection of contemporary Tasmanian art and craft. Representing more than 50 Tasmanian artists, the Gallery features a diverse range of work in a vibrant program of exhibitions.
Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Museum - Offers guided tours and thousands of different artifacts arranged in many different displays to encompass the Aboriginal heritage of the area.
The Wilderness Gallery (Cradle Mountain) - Photographing wild places needs a mix of physical toughness, extraordinary skill and emotional sensitivity. See the captivating results in The Wilderness Gallery, Tasmania's unique purpose-built showcase for environmental photography. These beautiful and dramatic images from photographers based in Australia and around the world will excite your imagination, lift your spirits and expand your horizon.
There is also plenty of walks available in all of the regions national parks. There are many walks available unlisted here and if you wish to undertake any of these you should seek the appropriate guidebooks and maps. Tasmania's weather can be unforgiving so you must be prepared for all types of weather. It is possible to join walks by the North West Walking Club. 
Devils Gullet - Near Mole Creek. A stunning lookout platform overhanging sheer cliff face, with views to Cradle Mountain across the huge chasm of Fisher River Valley.
Dial Range - Views along the coast and looking down on Penguin.
Great Western Tiers - A collection of mountain bluffs in the northern part of the Central Highlands. Lots of day walks.
Hellyer Gorge - A number of walking tracks along the banks of the Hellyer River.
Leven Canyon - Enjoy spectacular sweeping views from Cruickshanks Lookout 275m above the Leven River.
Mount Roland - Spectacular 360 degree views.
The Nut - A walking track climbs to the summit, or you can take the chairlift. Spectacular views across Bass Strait beaches and over the Stanley.
Overland Track - The most famous bushwalk in Australia, ranking with some of the worlds best walks.
Penguin Cradle Trail - A 5 to 7 day walk from Penguin to the Cradle Valley.
Sisters Beach - Walk to Anniversary Bay, or follow Postmans Track to Rocky Cape. Or just stoll along the beach.
South Arthur Forests - Julius River, Lake Chisholm, Milkshakes Hills, and Sumac Lookout.
St Valentines Peak - Views stretching from the coast to the north and Cradle Mountain to the south. (4h30m)
Bridle Veil Falls - Near Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat at Moina, near Cradle Valley. (4h)
Champagne Falls - Another hour past Bridle Veil Falls. (6h)
Dip Falls - 10km east of the Stanley turn off, head south to the Dip River Forest reserve. The Dip Falls are 26 kilometres from the Bass Highway junction, on a good sealed road, apart from the last few kilometres, which are gravel.
Guide Falls - This is a popular picnic area just south of Burnie, near Ridgley. An easy walking track to the base of the two-tiered falls is a few hundred metres upstream.
Lewis Falls and Oxley Falls - On the track into Lees Paddocks.
Liffey Falls - Off the Lake Highway along Riversdale Road. (40m)
Meander Falls - A one hours drive from Launceston or Devonport. (6h)
Montezuma Falls - At 104 metres high. it is one of the most impressive waterfalls in Tasmania. Follow the gravel road from the Murchison Highway (A10), 2km south of Rosebery, to the former township of Williamsford. (7km, 3h)
Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls - 100 metres downstream from the bridge, at the entrance to the Cradle Mountain National Park. Knyvet Falls is short stroll away. Just follow the nature track. (30m)
Philosopher’s Falls - 10 kilometres from Waratah. (1h30m)
Waratah Falls - At Waratah.
Winterbrook Falls - South of Nietta, close to the Leven Canyon. Located at the northern end of Black Bluff Range. (6h)
Dismal Swamp - The only blackwood sinkhole in the world.
Emu Valley Rhododendron Gardens - Located at Burnie. Beautiful gardens featuring more than 20,000 rhododendrons, lovely walks and landscaped areas which show plants from different regions of the world.