Burnie is a lively, attractive port city on the northwest coast of Tasmania, originally settled in 1827 as Emu Bay. With its broad beaches and rising hills, Burnie is as physically attractive as it is culturally interesting. The city's architecture reflects the history of industry in this remote part of the world, starting with sheep and moving to tin to silver, and now to cargo shipping. Known for its lovely waterfalls, winding gardens and scenic vistas, Burnie is also a good place to see a penguin or a platypus.
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