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140 North Fenton Street, Devonport

Comfort Inn Sunrise Devonport Accommodation is situated in a quiet location, 100 metres from the beach and river walking/cycling tracks, they are just one kilometre from the Devonport central business district, close to all facilities including sports grounds, pacing track and tennis courts.
Stroll along the picturesque Devonport foreshore to the Tiagarra Aboriginal Museum and rock carvings, or visit the Maritime Museum.

Ideal for the corporate travellers or holiday makers. Park the car outside your room and relax in the spacious, well-appointed four-star units, or choose from one of their two-bedroom apartments or suites. Spa suites also available. All rooms have Austar cable television and Modem Connections. Most rooms have broadband internet access.

Their Devonport Accommodation is a good base for touring the beautiful farmland coastline and mountains, including Cradle Mountain.

Conference facilities available for meetings, interviews, trade shows and workshops. Catering and equipment available upon request.

With their own restaurant ‘Accents’ on-site, enjoy an evening meal from Monday to Saturday. Individual and group bookings welcome. Breakfast also available daily.Hotel Services and Amenities:

  • Restaurant *
  • Truck Parking
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Bus Parking
  • No Pets Allowed
  • Guest Laundry *
  • Guest Use Fax Machine *
  • Guest Use Copy Machine *

* Indicates services/amenities that may require an additional cost.

Accommodation Information:

Services/Amenities in All Rooms:

  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Room Service *
  • Non-Smoking Rooms Available
  • Hi Speed Internet – Charge *
  • AT&T Long Distance *

Services/Amenities in Some Rooms:

  • Voice Mail
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • In-Room Air Conditioning

* Indicates services/amenities that may require an additional cost.

Location Information:


Devonport Visitor Centre
The Devonport Visitor Centre at 92 Formby Road specialises in selling Tasmanian holiday experiences including accommodation, National Park passes, Fishing licences, car hire and Spirit of Tasmania bookings. The Centre, which can be found on the western shore in the City Centre.

Guided tours and thousands of different artefacts arranged in many different displays to encompass the Aborginal heritage of the area. See the rock engravings and visit the souvenir shop which displays art & crafts by local Aborigines. It is open seven days a week from 9.00 a.m – 4.30 p.m.

Don River Railway
A railway museum with working and static exhibits. Has several kilometres of track along the Don River and operates daily passenger trains powered by steam locomotives from the Museum to the Don Heads. Open daily with trains running hourly from 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.

Imaginarium Science Centre
Located only a short walk from the CBD at 23 Macfie Street, the centre features over 50 interactive exhibits providing an opportunity to learn about the science that is in our everyday lives. Open Mon – Thur 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Sat & Sun 12.00 noon – 5.00 p.m.

Mersey Bluff Lighthouse
sits at the mouth of the Mersey River. It was automated and demanned in 1920. The keeper’s cottages stood until demolished in 1966. 4 vertical red stripes were added in 1929, making the light very distinctive.

Spirit of Tasmania
The Spirit of Tasmania. Spirit I and II ferry services travel between Station Pier in Port Melbourne and Devonport on Tasmania’s north coast. Bring your own vehicle and explore at your own pace.


Cradle Mountain
There are many superb short walks from the centre and the Dove Lake car park, 14 km further on. It is also the northern gateway to the Overland Track linking Cradle Valley to Lake St Clair, 4 – 5 days walk

is located 20 km south of Devonport and is known as the “Town of Murals”. The paintings on the buildings feature the district’s pioneer history. “Muralfest” (alongside the Visitor Information Centre) is the place where artists from all over the country submit their entries and winners are invited to Sheffield to scale up their paintings at the site.

Stanley and Highfield
Highfield House at Stanley can be regarded as the ‘birthplace’ of European settlement in Tasmania’s north-west. Built from 1832-35 as a residence for Edward Curr, chief agent of the Van Diemen’s Land Company, the house represents an important part of Tasmanian historic heritage.

Dismal Swamp
You never know what you might find on the fascinating journey that unfolds as you descend 40 metres from the Visitor Centre on the sinkhole rim into a world where the spirit of nature and the creativity of Tasmanian artists come together. Enjoy this fascination track with 1 km of scenic boardwalks.

Mole Creek Trowunna Wildlife.
Renowned for its approach to wildlife education, Trowunna wildlife has starred in many documentaries. The park also is home to the Tasmanian Devil education and research centre.

House Of Anvers
The total chocolate experience. Tastings and sales of specialty chocolate truffles, fudges and pralines. Enjoy a snack in the cafe or in the beautiful gardens which surround the property. Located on the Bass Highway between Devonport and Latrobe. Open 7 days a week 7.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.

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