Meet working artists at the Makers’ Workshop. Great gift shop, gallery, café and information centre.
Opened in November 2009, this contemporary structure is a new concept for Burnie, part contemporary museum, part arts centre and visitor information centre.
Volunteers at the information counter will help you find your way around Burnie and beyond. You can shop for some interesting locally made gifts and mementoes in the gift shop or check out the latest Tasmanian exhibition in the gallery.
You are invited to try your hand at making paper under the guidance of experienced and informative paper makers. Depending on the day, there may be one or several makers working on site, producing any number of interesting things. You are encouraged to meet the makers and have a chat about what they’re making or see their objects for sale in the gift shop.
Discover what makes Burnie tick from the interpretive displays or simply appreciate the stunning giant sepia images taken by Wolfgang Seivers, still recognised as one of the world’s finest industrial and architectural photographers.
Grab a coffee, a plate of fresh local fare and reflect while enjoying the view.Visit Website
Cafe, Car park, Catering, Child Activities, Interactive Centre, Interpretive Centre, Public Toilet, Restaurant - Licensed, Shop, Tour Desk, Viewing Platform
Art and Craft, Lessons/Tutorials
Cultural, Educational Tourism, Historic/Heritage, The Arts