North West and West Coast
Tasmania’s North West and West Coast regions are home to some of Australia’s most beautiful natural environments, untouched for centuries and abundant with wildlife and native flora. Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area is on its doorstep and, along with its national parks, provides hiking trails, white water rafting, luxury cruises and food trails, spoiling visitors with captivating views at every turn.
Home to Cape Grim’s air monitoring station that regularly records the world’s cleanest air…
Home to Cape Grim’s air monitoring station that regularly records the world’s cleanest air, expansive agricultural lands offer an abundance of fresh produce, chocolate, cheese, whisky, honey and home-style treats keep hungry visitors happy with genuine paddock-to-plate experiences. With only a short drive to the UNESCO protected Tarkine, the world’s second-largest cool temperate rainforest, the crisp, pure air and untouched wilderness of the North West and West Coasts will take you back in time, and give you a deeper connection to our island state.
Tasmanian North West offers more than just a conference experience — it provides an opportunity to reconnect and recharge.
The bustling coastal port city of Devonport is the gateway to the North West and beyond, boasting the contemporary conference and events venue paranaple convention centre, and hosting the Spirit of Tasmania ferries on their daily voyages to and from Melbourne. A leisurely hour’s drive from the coast, Cradle Mountain National Park offers some of Australia’s most famous walking trails and forest adventures through spectacular landscapes and ancient forests.
Catering for up to 150 delegates across the various event spaces, the Tasmanian North West offers more than just a conference experience — it provides an opportunity to reconnect and recharge.