The Nut Chairlift

The Nut Chairlift was designed and manufactured in Austria, to maximum safety and comfort standards. It traverses a distance of 250 meters, rising 95 meters. After a leisurely five minute ride to the top of The Nut, you can explore the plateau, soak up the incredible views and take advantage of the superb photographic opportunities.

The Nut Walk

At the Nut Stanley you will find a walking track climbing to the summit of The Nut. Alternatively you can take the chairlift, which offers spectacular views across Bass Strait beaches and over the township of Stanley. There is a range of accommodation and a very good campground at Stanley. The town is a good base for exploring the forests and coastlines further to the west.

Highfield Historic Site

Highfield Historic Site offers a historically accurate vision of a gentleman’s home and farm of the 1830s. It sits on a hillside overlooking the lands the manager would have once controlled, with views across to Stanley, The Nut and Bass Strait beyond. The house is being restored over time and its elegant Regency design, convict barracks, barns, stables, and a chapel are surrounded by a large ornamental garden.
Other buildings on the Highfield site include workshops, stables and an abbey. There are also the old remains of the quarters where convict workers were housed.


Stanley has some beautiful beaches, Tatlows beach is a very shallow beach with clean sand and water for safe family swimming. Millions of small crabs emerge from the sand at low tide. Godfreys beach provides clean sand and water for swimming, surfing & fishing. BBQ & Picnic facilities are available, as well as a playground. The Penguin Rookery is also nearby.

Stanley Golf Club

Established in 1909 in the picturesque seaside town of Stanley. Par 66, Golf Australia rating of 100. Challenging 9 hole course with tree and coastal grass lined fairways, bunker and sand dam.
Typical United Kingdom links style course with well-maintained fairways and greens.

The opening par 5 hole sets you up to keep it straight as on the right it’s out of bounds into farming pasture.

The Wharf Stanley

Stanley has a reputation for great seafood. Excellent fishing is available from the wharf area as well as the beaches. Make sure you ask the locals for tips and infomation on current fishing hotspots. Ocean and Trout fishing tours can also be organised.

Stanley Seaquarium

Down by the wharf in the beautiful town of Stanley, the Stanley Seaquarium provides a unique look into Tasmania’s fascinating marine life.
Learn about the fishing village’s history, then get up close with some amazing animals including seahorses, octopus, giant crabs, crayfish and lots of different fish.

Reception Hours

8.30 am – 4.30 pm
Open most Public Holidays



31 Church St
Stanley Tasmania, 7331

Phone: 03 6458 1348

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