The Great Western Tiers mountain range dominates the skyline of the Meander
Valley, providing a dramatic backdrop to extensive forests and rural landscape.
With historic towns and villages, the region retains the feel of the early
This unique Tasmanian destination retains the spiritual
essence that draws visitors from afar, imbued as it is with spectacular natural
scenic backdrop. Here, visitors can explore Kooparoona Niara, which was the
Aboriginal name for the region.
Only a 30 minute drive to the passenger port in
Devonport from Meander
Valley, the Great Western Tiers is perfectly positioned at the centre of
Northern Tasmania, which also makes it the ideal base from which to also explore
further a field, with easy access to the east coastline and beaches, the world
famous Cradle Mountains, and the rugged wilderness of the west coast.
Check out our range of
Great Western Tiers accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide
information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for
more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.