Visit some of Burnie’s most notable highlights such as the Pioneer Village Museum and the Maker's Workshop. Enjoy a cheese tasting and learn how Roo Poo Paper is made.
Enjoy a scenic drive around Burnie stopping at the Wilfred Campbell lookout for an excellent photo opportunity. Visit the Burnie Pioneer Museum to see the recreation of the main street of Burnie as it was in the 1900’s at the height of the town’s first economic boom. Admire the authentic 19th century materials, colors and architectural styles that have been used in the reconstruction.
A stop at the Maker’s Workshop gives you a look at some of the area’s history, innovators and artists. Stimulate the taste buds at the Cheese Tasting Center where you may wish to buy one or more of the large range available that are made at the factory. Tasmania is famous for many things, but among the lesser known is its paper production. Visit Australia’s largest handmade paper studio, Creative Paper. See full size paper sculptures and a range of wonderful paper products including the most unusual ‘Roo Poo Paper’ incorporating a special kangaroo by-product.