Britton Timbers

Britton Bros Timber Mill

Britton Timbers comprises timber harvesting, processing, manufacturing and distribution operations for export and domestic sales of quality timber products from its Tasmanian operations. This is achieved with a worldwide export division based in Melbourne and national distribution centres in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.


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Stanley Seal Cruises

Nothing in nature is ever guaranteed, but since the commencement of Stanley Seal Cruises in 1999, we ALWAYS see Australian Fur Seals.
A truly beautiful and natural experience…

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The Cruise
The 75 minute return Eco cruise on the 40 ft. MC Sylvia C, with Skippers Darryl or ‘Wog” – located Wharf Road, At Fishermans’ Dock, takes you to Bull Rock, via the nearby rocky outcrop – The Cow and Calf.
Min 6 Adults   Max 23  passengers
Bookings highly recommended. Bookings can be taken over the phone with credit card details and a contact name and number – Call now : 0419 550 134 OR (03) 6458 1294
PRICES:

ADULT: $55.00
YOUNG ADULTS: $30.00
CHILDREN 5/15yrs : $18
CHILDREN U/5yrs : $10
FAMILY: $150 (2 Adults & 3 Children – Under 15)

ADULT $55.00
YOUNG ADULTS $30.00
CHILDREN 5/15yrs $18.00
CHILDREN U/5yrs $10.00
New* FAMILY: (2 Adults & 3 Children – Under 15) $150.00
DEPARTURE TIMES

10am  & 3pm   (1st September – 30th April)
1pm                  (1st May  –  17th July )
CLOSED          (18th July  –  31st August )    and  Christmas Day

SEA CONDITIONS APPLY TO THE CRUISE.

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  • Phone: 0364581294
  • Mobile: 0419550134
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Reflections River Cruises

AR Reflections River Cruises

The “M. V. Reflections” takes you on a 6 hour Arthur River eco-cruise through beautiful scenery into the Tarkine wilderness. Rainforest walk, waterfalls and feeding of the white-bellied sea-eagles are just some of the highlights of this truly Tasmanian river cruise.

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For a truly unforgettable wilderness experience your hosts Rob & Kaye Chandler welcome you to spend a day cruising the Arthur River on board their vessel “M. V. Reflections”. Your journey takes you firstly to the river mouth and nearby Arthur River settlement, then 15kms upstream, past the Arthur/Frankland junctions before returning to Warra Landing for lunch.
A R Reflections River Cruises are a 6 hour Arthur River eco-cruise through beautiful scenery into the Tarkine wilderness. Pristine wilderness, waterfalls, platypus, native quoll, azure kingfishers and feeding of the white-bellied sea-eagles are just some of the highlights of this Tasmanian cruise. Departing at 10.15am and returning at 4.15pm the river cruise is a must do experience whilst holidaying in Tasmania. The vessel has a full flybridge deck for maximum 360° viewing and for taking great photo shots. A delicious lunch is served undercover in the rainforest at Warra Landing followed by a breathtaking rainforest walk to Warra Waterfalls. Warm clothing and suitable footwear is advisable to be worn. All food and beverages are provided on this river cruise.
River Cruises are closed for winter months June, July and August.
Accommodation at Arthur River Holiday Units and River Cruise packages are available.


  • Address: 4 Gardiner Street, Arthur River
  • Phone: 03 6457 1288
  • Mobile: 0429 842 454
  • Fax: 03 6457 1288
  • Email: arreflections@bigpond.com
  • Website: https://www.arthurriver.com.au/
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Godfrey’s Beach Penguin Viewing

The new viewing platform, is suitable for wheelchair access, it provides an incredible viewing experience on the foreshore, immediately below The Nut.

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The Nut State Reserve

Welcome to Godfrey’s Beach Penguin Viewing Platform.

The little penguin is found only in Southern Australia and New Zealand. It is the smallest but also the noisiest of all penguins.

The primary aim of the Stanley Penguin Guides is to protect the Little Penguin breeding colony at the Nut State Reserve on the eastern side of Godfrey’s Beach. The best season for viewing penguins is the breeding season which usually lasts from September to March. Penguin numbers usually drop off in late January to mid March due to the birds molting. Viewing is best at dusk, just on dark.

Even though adult penguins can often be seen at night in the ‘off-season’, the weather can be very unpleasant, nor are chicks present, so viewing is not recommended.

Important guidlines for visitors.

Parking and Toilets are located near the barbeque area at the bottom of Browns Road. It is also only a short walk from the town centre.

The new viewing platform is well signed, fenced and sensor lit with environmental lighting. The viewing platform has been developed to maximise visitor enjoyment but more importantly to create a safe and secure environment for the Little Penguins.

Please abide by and respect the information signs located along the viewing platform. Be quiet, move slowly and avoid sudden movements. Cameras, mobile phones, smoking and pets are all prohibited in the penguin colony. Please do not attempt to climb over boundary fences, litter or feed animals. Your cooperation will ensure the protection and safety of these beautiful creatures.

  • Volunteer Guides are available during the summer months where available.
  • Contact for Parks and Wildlife: 03 6458 1430

 

 


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Tall Timbers Tasmania

Tall Timbers Helicopter Tours

When visiting the beautiful North West Coast, Tall Timbers Helicopter Tours provide visitors with a rare opportunity for a bird’s eye view of the most rugged and yet diverse region of the world. Enjoy the Tarkine Wilderness region from the button grass plains and the rainforest to the Great Southern Ocean.

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Join the sea eagles, peregrine falcon and wedge tails to soar above this stunning landscape, take in the spectacular scenic coastlines, circle above The Edge of the World, sweep over the expansive Woolnorth property, offer a close-up view of the largest wind farm in Australia and tour over the canopy of the Tarkine Wilderness, the largest cool climate rainforest in the southern hemisphere.

Longer helicopter charters or scenic helicopter  tours can be arranged. Scenic flights are for 30, 45, 60 and 90 minutes.

Tall Timbers also offer guided full day 4WD tours. All tours have a minimum 2 passengers requirement to operate.

Penguin Tours are also available, and have a minimum requirement of 4 people for this tour to operate. Full details of tours are available on our website.


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  • Address: Scotchtown Road Smithton Tasmania 7330
  • Toll Free Number: 1800 628 476
  • Phone: 03 6452 9000
  • Fax: 03 6452 2742
  • Email: enquiries@talltimbershotel.com.au
  • Website: https://www.talltimbershotel.com.au/
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Tall Timbers Adventure Tours

Explore the magnificent Tarkine Wilderness, from button grass plains to the Great Southern Ocean at the “Edge of The World” to the pristine cool climate rainforest. A Tall Timbers Adventure Tour is a memorable experience that is available for guests and visitors to this region in far North West Tasmania.

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The tours provide the opportunity for the adventurous to experience guided full day tours in Tall Timber’s Toyota Landcruiser four wheel drive or soar like an eagle on our scenic helicopter tour. Full Day Premium 4WD Tour minimum of 2 passengers required. Full Day Low Cost 4WD Tour minimum 4 passengers required.

Penguin Tours are also available, and have a minimum requirement of 4 people required for tour to operate. Full details are available on our website.


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  • Address: Scotchtown Road Smithton Tasmania 7330
  • Toll Free Number: 1800 628 476
  • Phone: 03 6452 9000
  • Fax: 03 6452 2742
  • Email: enquiries@talltimbershotel.com.au
  • Website: https://www.talltimbershotel.com.au/
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Woolnorth

Woolnorth Tours

Far North West Coast Tasmania

Visit Cape Grim on Woolnorth’s rugged Tasmanian west coast and breathe the cleanest air in the world. This is recorded at the Baseline Air Pollution Station that is situated on the cliffs of the Cape Grim coastline.

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Roam thru Cookhouse Cottage and step back in time as you read about the early history of the property and the Van Diemens Land Company from the pictorial displays. See Tasmania’s largest Windfarm

Breathe the cleanest air in the world at Cape Grim and walk the coastal beaches where the Great Southern Ocean collides with Bass Strait on spectacular coastlines.

Sunset Tour

Approx 4+ hours – $88: This tour departs Smithton approx 6:30pm and returning about 10:30pm. During this tour we are normally in a small group and visit all the wonderful locations of the standard half day but also includes Robbins Island Crossing and Woolnorth Point if weather permits.

Robbins Island Crossing, Woolnorth Wind Farm, Woolnorth Property, Cape Grim and Woolnorth Point.

History, wildlife, modern farming, green energy production, spectacular views and the cleanest air in the world.

A must for photographers, nature lovers and the only way to stand on Tasmania’s most north western tip.


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Arthur River Cruise Boat

Arthur River Cruises

Cruise the pristine Arthur River aboard the charming MV George Robinson a steel-hulled vessel fitted out with Tasmanian timber and brass. Our cruise deep into the Tarkine Wilderness includes an up-close experience with white-breasted sea eagles and a guided walk through giant tree ferns and ancient trees at our rainforest landing.

The pristine Arthur River remains much as it has for thousands of years and defines the Tarkine Wilderness. It is the only major Tasmanian river that has not been dammed nor had its banks logged.

Enjoy the warmth and friendliness of our crew as our vessel meanders 14kms up the river. Our local skippers/guides provide a wealth of local knowledge mixed with west coast humour. We cruise through coastal heath and  wet sclerophyll eucalypt forest before reaching the cool temperate rainforest at ‘Turk’s Landing’.

Guests may see azure kingfishers, wedge-tailed eagles, parrots, water birds and enjoy an encounter with white-breasted sea eagles. There are also opportunities to spot pademelons, white spotted quolls and platypus.

Enjoy morning tea on the vessel and a BBQ lunch with wine after a 45 minute guided stroll through the rainforest.

The cruise leaves Arthur River jetty at 10am and returns at 3pm.

Closed during June, July and August.


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Tarkine Forest Adventures

Slide into TARKINE FOREST ADVENTURES at Dismal Swamp. Dismal Swamp sinkhole is a dramatic sign on the earth’s surface of an underground world of caves, spring holes and streams.
Dismal Swamp is the only blackwood sinkhole in the world.

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Down below, where the walkway and slide end, four pathways take you into a swamp that is rare in the world. This natural beauty is home to a diverse range of creatures, ringtail possums, pademelons, spotted tail quoll, devils and the very special burrowing crayfish. For the bird enthusiasts, the pink breasted robin is a delight with its “tick” call like two stones clicked together and a trill

9.00am – 5 pm December to January, 10 am – 4 pm all other months
Closed June to August, Closed Christmas Day and during hazardous weather conditions

$20.00  Per Adult
$10.00  Per Child ( Child is 8 years to 12 years)
Free   Children 7 years and under

Note: The admission fee covers entry to the Maze below. Slides are purchased at an additional cost of $2.00 each.
To ride the slide you need to be 8 Years AND 90cm tall.


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Bikes for hire

Stanley Visitor Information Centre Bicycle Hire

Cycle around historic Stanley and discover little trails, quiet streets and quaint cafes along the way. Be a little more daring and cycle to the base of the Nut, or do the round trip along the scenic road of the striking Green Hills and enjoy breath taking views of spectacular beaches and bays at your own leisure.

Be invigorated and hire a bike for an hour or a day.
The Centre has five new 18 Speed Malvern Star bicycles for hire, fully maintained and serviced.
Bicycles are available for adults and children with various sized, sanitised helmets.

Prices below :

ADULTS
(1 hour) – $10.00
(2 hours) – $18.00
(3 hours/½ day) – $22.00
(6 hours/Full day) – $34.00

CHILDREN UNDER 12
(1 hours) – $7.00
(2 hours) – $11.00
(3 hours/ ½ day) – $15.00
(6 hours/Full day) – $22.00

FAMILY (2 ADULTS + 1 or 2 CHILDREN)
(1 hour) – $28.00 (1 hour) – $30.00
(2 hours) – $34.00 (2 hours) – $38.00
(3 hours/½ day) – $38.00 (3 hours/½ day) – $42.00
(6 hours/Full day) – $50.00 (6 hours/Full day) – $55.00

FAMILY (2 ADULTS + 3 CHILDREN)
(1 hour) – $30.00
(2 hours) – $38.00
(3 hours/½ day) – $42.00
(6 hours/Full day) – $55.00

 


  • Address: 45 Main Road, Stanley, Tasmania, 7331
  • Phone: +61 3 6458 1330
  • Fax: +61 3 6458 1267
  • Email: info@stanley.com.au
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Osborne Heli Tours

Heli Tours:

Three Hummock Island Transfer – Duration 20 minutes. Available daily on request

Tarkine & Coast – Duration 1 hour. Available daily on request

Woolnorth Coastal – Duration 45 minutes. Available daily on request

Woolnorth: Aerial Paddock to Plate – Duration 4-5 hours. Available daily on request

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Osborne Heli Tours’ operate a variety of scenic flights and experiences from the picturesque seaside village of Stanley. Stunning views from above await as you follow the rugged coast to Woolnorth and Cape Grim or head inland to witness the beautiful Tarkine forests and the winding Arthur River.

Transfers to the surrounding islands and tailored packages can be arranged for those wanting something a little different. With prices starting at $175 per person, flights are available on request every day of the year and bookings can be made online.’

A picturesque and unique experience


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