Discover Burnie on the island state of Australia

What to see in Burnie

With about 40 per cent of Tasmania designated as world heritage area, national parks and reserves, Tasmania is brimming with accessible wilderness experiences.

Where to stay in Burnie

Visitors are welcome to stay overnight in a range of accommodation properties located in and around the city.

What to eat in Burnie

In Burnie you can taste fresh produce at the farmers’ market and at the farm gate. You can buy award winning cheese at the factory outlet and taste whisky at the cellar door. There are restaurants to linger in and well stocked delis to tempt you with gourmet treats.

Shopping in Burnie

Burnie's 20,000 residents enjoy a vibrant shopping district that spills onto the beach for seafood and coffee. The shopping is concentrated in the CBD at West Beach and there are also satellite shopping centres at Upper Burnie, Wivenhoe and Cooee.