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Stanley (Tasmania)

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Stanley (Tasmania)

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Stanley is in the northern part of Australia's southern-most state, Tasmania. According to the 2006 census, Stanley had a population of 458.

Get in[edit]

The only way to get into Stanley is by car. The nearest major city is Burnie, and give yourself 3 hours to get to Stanley if you want to see the amazing beaches, capes and bluffs along Tasmania's north coast, also known as The Great Nature Trail.

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The main attraction of Stanley is the Nut, a flat-top volcanic plug. The Nut can be viewed from all over Stanley.

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Take a chairlift up to the Nut for stunning views of Stanley and Tasmania's North West. Look out into the magically blue waters of the Bass Strait.

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Souvenirs are available in the visitor centre of The Nut.

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The Sailor's Cove is a good place to eat after 5pm.

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Dovecote motel is an excellent place to stay, with stunning views of The Nut at sunset.


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