Port Sorell is located on the North West Coast of Tasmania. Originally a
fishing and sealing port named Burgess, the name was officially changed to Port
Sorell in 1822 after the Governor Sorell.
Port Sorell is a seaside holiday
haven with a number of attractions, being the Port of Golden Beaches and
Gateway to Narawntau National Park.
With easily accessible foreshores, bushland reserves, it offers some good
walking activities and a great place for communing with nature, the nearby
national park being home to Tassie Devils and the Forester Kangaroos.
the seaport of Devonport only 21 km away, it provides easy access from the Australian mainland
via the Tasmanian terminal ferry service.