Stanley | Tasmania

Stanley is 407km from Hobart, or more or less 4hrs and 52 minutes. One of the beautiful scenic view and must do list if visiting Tasmania.


It is awe-inspiring to know how time passes by. A message from a friend on my personal Facebook page about Stanley and pointing out the old video I’ve made that draws back 1 year ago.

✅ Click to watch our Stanley Video

Stanley is 407km from Hobart, or more or less 4hrs and 52 minutes. It is not ideal to go to Stanley and back as there are plenty of things to do in this “old” colonial town. In our case, we stayed in Devonport as we have other activities stored prior hand. The unique and perfectly preserved colonial buildings, genteel cafe’s and quality B&B cottages are all protected by this volcanic plug rising 150 metres straight up from the water’s edge the so-called “The Nut”, where you can climb to have a 360-degree view.

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Things to do:

  • Climb/Walk towards the Nut
  • Stanley Seal Cruises
  • Ride the Chairlift
  • Stanley Museum
  • Stroll along the colonial town
  • Visit the SeaAquarium
  • Take the Heli Tour
  • Stroll around Sawyers Bay, Godfrey’s and Tatlows Beach


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Author: ej pono

Ed originally from the Philippines who is now living in Australia. A human rights advocate, loves hiking and photography. An Information System Analyst and a SE.Nurse!

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