The remains of this 12-million-year-old Volcano dominates the Wynyard coastline and offers spectacular views of Tasmania's coast and agricultural farmlands. Table Cape is also home to the Table Cape Tulip Farm where fields of flowers explode with a patchwork of colour each spring, a sight that will leave you breathless. The community of Wynyard celebrates this season with a Tulip Festival of delights. This includes Gourmet Food and Beverage Stalls and Artisan Craft Stalls lined along the Inglis River frontage of Gutteridge Gardens. Live music and Fireworks are the impressive conclusion to the colourful festivities.
Wynyard is a relaxed seaside town famous for the stunning fields of colourful tulips atop Table Cape. The town is a popular holiday spot for tourists with flat, level access. Located at the mouth of the Inglis River, Wynyard offers fantastic locations for beach activities, ocean and river fishing, and stunning drives through picturesque rural and coastal landscapes. The local beaches are great for swimming, fishing, kayaking and waterside walks. Behind Wynyard are country roads dotted with homesteads, each with amazing views of a beautiful patchwork of green, gold and rich red farmland. The town has a good range of places to stay, from campsites and backpackers to riverside motels. Home to a range of sporting amenities including two waterside Golf Courses, Football and Basketball Venues, Squash and Tennis Courts, Lawn Bowls and more.
A gorgeous, quiet bay with white sand and clear water, Boat Harbour is a must-see location on the NW Coast of Tasmania. A short winding road leading in to the small beach community offers captivating views of the harbour, with water that sparkles like diamonds on those magic sunny days. The beach offers family-friendly waves, rock pools to explore and clean white sand. Keep an eye out for dolphins, seals and whales that occasionally enter the bay area too. Boat Harbour was voted one of Australia's top 10 beaches and is a 10-min drive from Wynyard or a 30-min drive from Burnie.
Surrounding areas include; Sisters Beach, Somerset,