Stanley – Take on the Edge
The historic township of Stanley lies at the base of the Nut, a cooled lava pond from an extinct volcano. On a stunning peninsula in Bass Strait, Stanley embraces the roaring forties, which blow some of the cleanest air in the world.
Historic cottages wrap around the base of the Nut, framing the town with its two stunning beaches. It’s a quirky small haven that packs a powerful punch. Local restaurants serving up the finest northwest delights of Cape Grim Beef, fresh caught seafood and locally grown produce. At the edge of the world the landscape is the true hero.