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What to see on Tasmania’s north-west coast

Art and cultural hot spots on the north-west coast of Tasmania

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Rich red soils and lush green pastures create a landscape of rural charm around the towns and secret seaside villages of the north-west coast. Take the time to wander along the coast and immerse yourself in the galleries and studios that showcase the strong craft and design tradition of this beautiful part of the state.

Article published: 16 February 2015

Devonport Jazz
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Devonport Jazz

Festivals

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A celebration of all jazz genres new and old
Devonport regional Art gallery_ Main Gallery Space
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Devonport Regional Gallery

145-151 Rooke St, Devonport TAS 7310

contemporary art gallery with a permanent collection of Tasmanian art, craft and design.
BRAG 40 Years Exhibition 2018, 2018. Photographer: Grant Wells
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Burnie Regional Art Gallery

Galleries

77-79 Wilmot Street, Burnie

Our purpose is to celebrate, promote and exhibit the very best of art, craft and design in northwest Tasmania
A photograph of trees in a misty setting
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Cow N Calf Art Gallery

Galleries

15 Church Street, Stanley

located in the seaside town of Stanley on Tasmania's north west coast
Handmade glass art marbles
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World of Marbles

Galleries, Studios

34 Main Street, Sheffield

Australia's only gallery specialising in handmade art glass marbles