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The north central coast of Tasmania is a diverse, beautiful and attractive area that is rich in natural resources, wonderful scenery, fascinating history and a truly magnificent coastline. For Findseedo.com the North Central Region extends from Low Head near the seaward entrance to the Tamar River estuary, and includes Port Sorell, Beauty Point, George Town, and the towns all along the estuary and river to Launceston. The Region extends further along the coast to Heybridge in the west, near Burnie, which marks the western boundary of the Region. Also included are the hinterland areas inland from the northern central coast. The Bass Highway passes along the north coast providing access to the coastal towns. The Tamar Highway leads to the hinterland and Tamar Valley towns. The main towns along the coast are Devonport, Burnie and Ulverstone. Devonport is the largest port on Tasmania`s north coast, located about 100 km west of Launceston. It is located on the Bass Highway near the mouth of the beautiful Mersey River. The Spirit of Tasmania passenger and car ferries docks in Devonport bringing many tourists from Melbourne and the mainland. The visitors from the ferries hire vehicles and head west and east along the coast, southeast to Launceston and on to Hobart and south to Cradle Mountain. There is a wide range of accommodation on the beach and waterfront in this wonderful region. Select a town to find more details or scroll through the list of activities and attractions in this magnificent area.