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Local Attractions

  • Explore the historic township of  Stanley, ride the Nut Chairlift and admire the panoramic view from Green Hills.
  • Have a leisurely picnic lunch or BBQ at the picturesque Dip Falls or trek a little further into the rain forest to the Milkshakes Forestry Reserve.
  • Walk and explore the powder white sands of Seven Mile Beach just 5 minutes away.
  • Go trout fishing in the crystal clear waters of Lake Milkarney just 2 minutes away.



Historic Smithton Smithton
Smithton is the largest town on Tasmania's far north-west coast, known as the Circular Head region. Smithton is in the forefront of the area's dairy farming and vegetable growing activities, and processing of these products is an important part of the local economy.


Stanley Nut and Chairlift Stanley Nut and Chairlift
The Stanley Nut is actually the core or volcanic plug of what was once a volcano over 13 million years ago. Visitors to the Nut can take the Nut Chairlift ride to the summit for a unique view of Stanley and surrounding areas. There is a 30 minute walk around the summit with lookouts and interpretation along the way.


Dismal Swamp Tarkine Forest Adventures
You never know what you might find on the fascinating journey that unfolds as you descend 40 metres from the Visitor Centre on the sinkhole rim into a world where the spirit of nature and the creativity of Tasmanian artists come together. Enjoy this fascination track with 1 km of scenic boardwalks.


Allendale Gardens Allendale Gardens
So much more than a garden. Magical Forest Walks including a 'big tree' grove, ferns and a 'fairy' glade. Bird Haven, Peacocks, Platypus, Ducks and Swans. Quoll, Owls, Wallabies, Devils and Possums (Nocturnal) Devonshire Teas and coffee served in our Tea House. Home-made jams and scones.


Historic Highfield Historic Highfield
Highfield House at Stanley can be regarded as the 'birthplace' of European settlement in Tasmania's north-west. Built from 1832-35 as a residence for Edward Curr, chief agent of the Van Diemen's Land Company, the house represents an important part of Tasmanian historic heritage.


Woolnorth Tours Woolnorth Tours
Woolnorth Tours give visitors the opportunity to experience one of the most unique parts of the west coast, rich in history and magnificent scenery. The tours include the Wind Farm, Cape Grim, the historic homesteads such as the Directors Lodge, the shipwreck of the Colloboi at Woolnorth Point and Dismal Swamp Maze & Visitor Centre.


Arthur River Cruise Arthur River Cruise
For a most relaxing day whilst on holiday in Tasmania, join the crew for a cruise up the Arthur River. The vessel, M.V. George Robinson, is a beautiful old style steel craft fitted out with Tasmanian timber and brass. This pristine river, which borders the Tarkine wilderness, has a surprise for you around each bend.


Dip Falls Dip Falls
Dip Falls is located in the Dip River Forest Reserve on Mawbanna Road. A car park by the road is virtually on top of the falls. There are well appointed picnic and rest room facilities - no power. A steep set of steps descends to the bottom of these imposing falls. There are some interesting very short walks in the area. There is a newly built balcony that looks out over the Falls.


4WD Guided Tours 4WD Eco-Tour
Treat yourself to a fully personalized guided 4WD eco-tour in a luxury air conditioned vehicle, taking in spectacular views from private property. Explore delightful rainforests boasting some of the best specimens of Tasmanian timbers and wild rivers in the South Arthur region.


Water Wheel Creek Water Wheel Creek
Water Wheel Creek Timber Heritage Experience is a unique, new tourist and heritage venture that we, John and Sonya, have established recently at Mawbanna in North West Tasmania, 25 minutes from Stanley. The attraction includes 20 hectares of beautiful land on the Mawbanna Road.


Ph: (03) 6452 2660        E-mail - rose@rosebankcottages.com