Top Choice Gallery in Devonport

Devonport Regional Gallery

Currently housed in a decommissioned 1904 Baptist church with a stunning wooden vaulted ceiling, this small but well-curated gallery is slated to move into the new contemporary arts hub within the Devonport Entertai…
Top Choice Museum in Devonport

Bass Strait Maritime Centre

Housed in the former harbour master’s residence (c 1920), this small but impressive museum is home to displays about the geology and maritime history of Bass Strait. Its large collection of ship and ferry models is …
Historic Building in Devonport

Home Hill

This relatively modest house set in a pretty garden was the residence of Joseph Lyons, Australia's only Tasmanian prime minister, and his wife Dame Enid Lyons, the first woman elected to federal parliament. Built in…
Beach in Devonport

Mersey Bluff Beach

The town's main beach is patrolled during summer. Public toilets, change rooms, electric BBQs and an excellent children's playground are close by.
Beach in Devonport

Coles Beach

A popular – though not patrolled – swimming beach. There are public toilets, an electric BBQ, picnic shelters and an outdoor shower nearby.
Museum in Devonport

Don River Railway

You don’t have to be a trainspotter to love this collection of locomotives and brightly painted rolling stock. The entry price includes a half-hour train ride on a diesel locomotive running beside the Don Riverbank …
Landmark in Devonport

Mersey Bluff

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 port. There are views over Bass Strait from this vantage po…
Beach in Devonport

Back Beach

Accessed via Coles Beach Road, located to the west of Bluff Beach, this beach is quieter than nearby Mersey Bluff Beach but it isn't patrolled.