Things To See and Do in and Around Stanley
Stanley is a quaint historic fishing village located in northern Tasmania at the base of an extinct volcanic plug called The Nut.
Located on a peninsula extending 7km north into Bass Strait and with a population of just 500 people, Stanley is a great place to visit for a couple of days, with lots of things to see and do, plus boutique shopping and a variety of dining options. Travel northern Tasmania and visit Stanley attractions whilst enjoying the comfort of Hanlon Guest House heritage comfort accommodation.
Not too far from Stanley, the west coast boasts the cleanest, most pure air in the world regularly measured at the Cape Grim weather station. The Edge of the World at the southern head of the Arthur River is an unmissable Stanley attraction and great place to witness the rough and wild seas that crash in from the Indian Ocean and the fabled Tarkine offers an adventurous drive through button grass plains and ancient rain forest.
For more Stanley attractions and travel in northern Tasmania, click here to see our Suggested Itineraries.
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