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|Devonport, ferry terminal for the Spirit of Tasmania, lies in the centre of Tasmania's north coast at the mouth of the Mersey river. The township sits right on the river front with the Mersey Bluff and landmark lighthouse close by.
It is an industrial town and a major tourist centre. It has its own airport as well as a maritime museum, the Don River Railway and the Tiagarra Aboriginal Culture and Art Centre.
Tiagarra Aboriginal Culture and Art Centre - Bluff Rd, Mersey Bluff.
Stewart St. Maritime and Folk Museum - Victoria Parade
Home Hill - historic house of former Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and Dame Enid Lyons
Don River Railway and Museum - 6 km west, with scenic rides and vintage train runs on weekdays and steam trains on weekends.
Bradon's Lookout - 9 km west, near Forth
Tasmanian Arboretum - 45 hectares
Food & Wine Festival - February
Regatta - March
Cycling and Athletics Carnival - December