Mersey River Cruises
Devonport Regional Gallery
This excellent gallery houses predominantly 20th-century Tasmanian paintings, and contemporary art by local and mainland artists, plus...
This is the place in Devonport where kids can let off steam. It’s an indoor play centre with a giant jungle gym, jumping castles and...
Bass Strait Maritime Centre
This museum is in the former harbourmaster’s residence (c 1920) and pilot station near the foreshore. It has an extensive collection of...
Central at the Formby
Locals regard this as Devonport’s best bar. It’s decked out with leather sofas and laid-back cool, and the concertina windows open onto...
The refurbished dining room offers bistro meals, including pizza, pastas, salads, steaks (we liked the Roaring Forties eye fillet) and...
Mersey River Cruises information
Mersey River Cruises operates the cruise vessel Centurion , which departs from the pontoon opposite the visitors centre. You'll head upriver towards Latrobe and views of Mt Roland, then edge out through the mouth of the river onto Bass Strait in search of dolphins. There are 1½-hour cruises daily at 13:00 and 15:00 (adult/child $22.50/11) and a three-hour dinner cruise at 18:30 ($60/30).