Europcar Devonport Airport Car Rental

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Europcar Devonport Airport Car Rental
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Devonport 7310 Tas

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Thrifty Devonport Airport Depot
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Devonport Tas 7310

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Devonport at a Glance

Devonport is known primarily as the port where the ferry ship 'The Spirit of Tasmania' docks in from Melbourne. Therefore its the first city many visitors to Tasmania come into contact with, and the friendly population of 21 000 make them feel at home immediately. Situated on the northwest coast of the island, it is the regional hub for that part of the state. Its pretty location on the banks of the Mersey River and its beautiful surrounds often entice visitors to stay here longer than planned, but if you wish to explore the rest of Tassy then a hirecar from Rent New Cars is your ticket to doing so in comfort and style!

Ideas for Visitors to Devonport
  1. The Don River Railway lets you climb aboard a steam railway and step back into Tasmania's rail history. An hour round trip on this genuine steam train will take you past the scenic Coles Beach and through Tassy's unique bushland!
  2. The spectacular Cradle Mountain and its associated National Park are a short drive away from Devonport. The wild landscape of the mountain is home to a range of environments such as alpine heathlands and ancient rainforests, all waiting to be explored by you!
  3. The Tasmanian Maritime Museum is located in Devonport, and pays tribute to the maritime history of the city and the state. Model ships, paintings and historic items combine to tell a series of amazing stories about explorers, sailors and traders.
  4. Joseph Lyons was the only Tasmanian to ever have led the country as Prime Minister. His old house, known as Home Hill, remains beautifully preserved as he left it in Devonport. Visitors are welcome to this superb building with its exquisite gardens.
  5. Burnie is a slightly smaller town that lies a short drive up the coast from Devonport. Its the perfect spot for a daytrip, which can be spent taking in the pretty beaches and the quaint restaurants of the town. Dont miss seeing the colony of Little Penguins that live near the town centre.