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Wild west coast

Stopped here and we certainly knew we did, it was windy, the sea was like a washing machine... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Alice R
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Worth a visit

The landscape shows the results of the weather. Situated at the mouth of the Arthur River. Hold... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Donmarhay
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Newcastle, Australia
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TAKE ON THE EDGE Edge of the World Experience the beauty of Stanley and Tasmania's north-west coast, a region aptly named the 'Edge of the World'. This is the one place in the world where even time getting lost will be worthwhile... With ancient...more
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Gardiner Point, Arthur River, Tasmania, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped here and we certainly knew we did, it was windy, the sea was like a washing machine - spewing foam around. It was a pick me up to awaken the senses and get a feel of the remoteness and isolation of the place.

Thank Alice R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The landscape shows the results of the weather. Situated at the mouth of the Arthur River. Hold onto your hat.

Thank Donmarhay
Reviewed 29 June 2018

If you want fresh air, rolling waves and great fishing(when they're biting) then this is the place. Wild to the max with outstanding views of the rugged west.

Thank Rodney O
Reviewed 24 June 2018

I visited through the week and no one was around. It was such a peaceful and beautiful place. Pristine and nature abounds. Truly is worth the drive. You are in awe of nature and how unpredictable it is.

Thank _elizabethhansen1959
Reviewed 12 June 2018

Easy boardwalk and you are truly at the Edge of The World. Literally. Magnificent view accompanied by great poetry.

Thank Kartch
Reviewed 22 May 2018

It’s a long way west to visit and the mouth of the Arthur River, and very remote. It’s also totally worth he effort, it’s such a stunningly beautiful place. The ancient timber washed op on the contrasting orange rock is a photographers delight. If you...More

Thank jaybee754
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

It is named the Edge of the World as there is no land going West from this point until Argentina, making it the longest uninterrupted expanse of ocean on Earth. Thanks google lol. Really loved it.

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Reviewed 28 April 2018

A somewhat meaningless four stars out of five for what is effectively a fairly run-of-the-mill lookout located at the mouth of the Arthur River on Western Tasmania. There is adequate parking and a few interpretive signposting and the boardwalk was in pretty good condition at...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 19 April 2018

We had to park and leave our car because the road was unsealed. We walked to the Edge of the World. This is a perfect name for this spot. It has strong winds. The ocean is tumultuous. Waves after waves are showing up in the...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 8 April 2018

This is well a visit to witness the power of the sea. The coast is constructed of rocky outcrops, and these rocks are littered with large logs. These timbers having been washed down the Arthur River, and possibly other west coast rivers, have been deposited...More

Thank Kasia-Marie
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waningmoon
18 March 2018|
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Response from Stanley T | Property representative |
Hi everyone, it totally is worth the drive. A wonderful location to experience the wild and rugged West Coast. Unique and refreshingly invigorating! Officially the cleanest air in the world :-)
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