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Stanley is a beautiful village on the sea on the North West. In recent years they filmed parts of 'Light between the Oceans" there. Its well worth a visit and is in the heart of Tasmanian dairy country. Its a working fishing village where cray boats dock. Great little shops to browse and cafes…
Beautiful beaches, and a steep walk (or chairlift) up ‘The Nut’ are worthwhile things to visit.
Stanley is a historic town, remarkable for its incredibly well-preserved colonial buildings and its massive volcanic plug. Commonly called the "Nut", rises 150 metres and dominates the small town skyline.
No matter when you visit, there are always plenty of things to do in Stanley. Enjoy the beautiful Tarkine and have an experience that will last a lifetime. Stanley is not only home to the Nut but it is a place rich in history, culture, adventure and agriculture.
Established in the early 1800s, Stanley’s street scape is lined with genteel, colonial buildings and fine cafés. Stanley is Circular Head’s premier tourism town and a walk down the main street is akin to walking through living history. Stanley was chosen as the main location to film "The Light…