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Ask any local, or your friendly Visitor Centre Staff and they’ll be happy to tell you about Devonport’s best shopping, dining and sightseeing experiences, click below to see for yourself.

What's On in Devonport

Check out what’s on in Devonport at the paranaple arts centre and beyond:

Devonport Visitor Information Centre @ the paranaple arts centre

Devonport’s Visitor Information Centre is one of Tasmania’s gateway Visitor Centres. Now located in the paranaple arts centre, a refurbished Heritage building in the heart of Devonport. Along with friendly visitor services, inside the paranaple arts centre you will also find the Devonport Regional Gallery and Town Hall Theatre.

Opening hours: 
Monday to Friday 7:30am to 4.45pm, Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays, 7.30am to 2pm.

paranaple arts centre, 145-151 Rooke Street, Devonport (parking available: CBD multilevel car park Or if travelling with a trailer/caravan the Victoria Parade boat ramp car park)
Phone: Freecall 1800 649 514


Email: tourism@devonport.tas.gov.au


Devonport - the heart of North-West Tasmania

Tasmania’s third largest city, Devonport is a thriving riverside city gateway to the North West and beyond. With a bounty of fresh produce on its doorstep, amazing local cafes, restaurants and bars there is loads to explore in the city and beyond. Devonport is close to some of Tasmania’s world famous natural icons, including pristine Cradle Mountainmaking Devonport your perfect unique getaway.

The paranaple arts centre is the newly opened cultural hub of Devonport. Housing the Devonport Regional Gallery, Town Hall Theatre and Visitor Information Centre.

The Devonport Regional Gallery exhibits contemporary visual arts with a focus on Tasmanian art and artists. Now located at the paranaple arts centre and expanded to three galleries of amazing art.

Explore the rich maritime and social history of the Bass Strait and Devonport at the Bass Strait Maritime Centre. Take a turn on the SS Woniora steamship simulator, or venture out on the seas on a restored fishing ketch, the Julie Burgess.

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