Don River Railway
This railway is 4km west of town, just off the Bass Hwy. The entry price includes a half-hour ride in a diesel train (between 10am and...
The National Trust–administered Home Hill , 3km south of town, is the former residence of Joseph and Dame Enid Lyons. Joe is the only...
Devonport Regional Gallery
This excellent gallery houses predominantly 20th-century Tasmanian paintings, contemporary art by local and mainland artists, plus...
You’d hardly expect to find a top-notch restaurant in this suburban-industrial neighbourhood, but Essence offers excellent reasonably...
Lonely Planet review
Lighthouse-topped Mersey Bluff is the most striking feature of Devonport. The red-and-white-striped lighthouse was built in 1889 to aid navigation into the expanding port, which still handles agricultural produce from northern Tasmania.