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Stanley, Tasmania Panoramas

Stock Photography By Rodney Garnett

Stanley is the major fishing port on the north west coast of Tasmania but more commonly known for the Nut a volcanic core rising steeply to 143m behind the historic town. The site was first settled in 1826 by the Van Diemen's Land Company and Highfield historic site displays its pastoral beginnings. Today Stanley is a prime destination for tourists with cafes, craft shops and B&B accommodation in the historic shops and houses.

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Photo Captions for Stanley, Tasmania Panoramas

Image #1. Stanley, Tasmania Fishing boats in the Stanley harbour dry dock at sunrise. [2009 137D-002]

Image #2. Stanley, Tasmania Tug boat Fullerton Cove Stanley harbour at sunrise. [2009 137D-001]

Image #3. Stanley, Tasmania Fishing boats Stanley harbour at sunrise. [2009 137D-021]

Image #4. Stanley, Tasmania Tourist cruise and fishing charter boat in Stanley harbour. [2009 137D-049 1x3]

Image #5. Stanley, Tasmania Shops in Stanley. Although settlement by the Van Diemen Company was in 1826, the town wasn't surveyed until the 1840s [2009 144D-006]

Image #6. The Nut, Stanley, Tasmania The Nut rises 143m and was discovered by Bass and Flinders in 1798. Stanley historic town is at its base. View from Highfield House Lookout. [2009 143D-001 002 Reposition]

Image #7. Stanley, Tasmania The Nut. a volcanic core with the cone completely eroded away rises 143m above sea level and the historic town of Stanley. The formation is as impressive today seen from the approach road as it would have been to Bass and Flinders who first sighted it in 1798. [2009 146D-001 1x3]

Image #8. Stanley, Tasmania Abbey's Cottage Accommodation Stanley. [2009 147D-021]

Image #9. Stanley, Tasmania Tie post on a wharf at Stanley harbour. [2009 137D-035 1x3]

Image #10. Stanley, Tasmania A heavily weathered wharf at Stanley harbour. [2009 137D-025 1x3]

Image #11. Stanley, Tasmania Stanley Village Boutique Motel and the dry dock on the water's edge of Sawyer Bay with Marine Park, the Harbour light and Van Diemen's Land Store in the loop of Alexander Terrace and Wharf Road. View from the Nut. [2009 138D-035 036 037 Reposition]

Image #12. Stanley, Tasmania Cottages along Alexander Terrace from the Nut. [2009 138D-047 1x3]

Image #13. Highfield Historic Site , Stanley, Tasmania The ruins of the convict barracks with the Nut and Stanley village in the background. [2009 142D-044]

Image #14. Highfield Historic Site, Stanley, Tasmania The Nut and Stanley village from the convict's barracks at Highfield Historic Site. [2009 150D-015-018 Reposition]

Image #15. Highfield Historic Site, Stanley, Tasmania The Nut in a rain shower from the convict's barracks at Highfield Historic Site. [2009 150D-014]

Image #16. Highfield Historic Site, Stanley, Tasmania Silhouette of the Highfield house chimney's at sunset. [2009 148D-002 003 004 Reposition]

 

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