Tassie's Top Tiny Town 2023

Stanley & Tarkine is a place of deep breaths and great adventures, long walks and slow mornings, smiling faces and big welcomes.

Ever meet someone who just doesn’t seem to be troubled by the small stuff?  Someone who seems to have a natural, non-stick coating against stress and busyness?  Who really has their feet on the ground. Someone, you might say, who is just the salt of the earth? This is the type of local you are likely to meet when you visit our wonderful home of Stanley & Tarkine.  Meet three of our favourites ……..

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What's On This Winter

Tasmania’s winter festivals dip into provocative art, irresistible eats and curious conversations. Watch laser beams streak the inky sky, or catch nature’s own Southern Lights display. Sing your heart out beside a crackling bonfire; warm up with whisky and sizzling scallops; or embrace Tasmania’s elemental wilderness. The Off Season is here…

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Tassie's Top Tourism Towns of 2023


Hey there! Have you heard of Stanley? My family and I recently stayed at the Stanley Recreation Grounds unpowered campground and the views were absolutely breathtaking! 


Located in far North-West Tasmania, Circular Head municipality – The Edge of the World – covers an area of 4,917km2. The municipality gained its name from the unusual land formation commonly know as ‘The Nut’ at Stanley, the solidified lave lake of a long-extinct volcano. The Nut was sighted by Bass & Flinders on their historic circumnavigation of Tasmania in 1798.

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