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THE CITY OF BURNIE NW TASMANIA

Burnie, settled in the 1830's and the fourth largest city in the state at pop. 22,500. We have one of the best deep water ports in Australia right here on Emu Bay. This was the home of one of Australia's largest and earliest pastoral companies, The Van Deimen's Land Company which owned pastoral holdings covering a third of the state. Burnie has grown into a great cosmopolitan place to live with a very mild climate on the bay.
Burnie our City
Burnie our City
Burnie - Emu bay looking East
Burnie - Emu bay looking East
Guide Falls just south of Burnie
Guide Falls just south of Burnie
Guide Falls in serenity
Guide Falls in serenity
Regular visits from cruise ships
Regular visits from cruise ships
Down Wilson St. North.
Down Wilson St. North.
From View Rd. Park looking North
From View Rd. Park looking North
Wilson St. North.
Wilson St. North.
Wilmot St. west.
Wilmot St. west.
Wilson St. south.
Wilson St. south.
North Terrace looking west.
North Terrace looking west.
The Beach Hotel circ.1876
The Beach Hotel circ.1876
Beach hotel today.
Beach hotel today.
Wilson St. south from Hilder Parade.
Wilson St. south from Hilder Parade.
The Club Hotel circ. 1896
The Club Hotel circ. 1896
The 'Club' under restoration
The 'Club' under restoration
Club Hotel cnr.Mout&Wilmot Sts today
Club Hotel cnr.Mout&Wilmot Sts today
West Beach looking west from surf club
West Beach looking west from surf club
West Beach looking east towards wharf area
West Beach looking east towards wharf area
West Beach, Max suveys the area
West Beach, Max suveys the area
Burnie-West Beach at sunset
Burnie-West Beach at sunset
West Beach from the park area
West Beach from the park area
Burnie-airiel view east towards Round Hill
Burnie-airiel view east towards Round Hill
Burnie c1954
Burnie c1954
 Burnie c1954
Burnie c1954
Burnie where we live
Burnie where we live
Emu Bay from Round Hill, west towards Table Cape
Emu Bay from Round Hill, west towards Table Cape