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Smithton Emmett Street

1/ Smithton is the commercial hub of the north west of Tasmania. This photo shows Emmett Street, the heart of the CBD. It has a mixture of old and new buildings.

Smithton Emmett Street

2/ There are a number of attractive, Victorian era buildings in Smithton like the ANZ bank.

Smithton Emmett Street

3/ Just beyond the Smithton CBD were some interesting streets.

Smithton

4/ This attractive building is now the Aboriginal Centre of Smithton.

Smithton

5/ Smithton is a hilly town with some interesting old houses.

Smithton

6/ This photo shows King Street looking down west towards the Duck River.

Smithton Anzac Park

7/ Near the Smithton CBD is Anzac Park, which has a variety of interesting trees. It which looks down into the town and is a good place to relax.

Smithton Anzac Par

8/ Anzac Park contains the war memorial. Note how hilly Smithton is.

Smithton

9/ Near the Duck River is the McCain vegetable packing factory. This is one of the largest in Tasmania. It serves the large vegetable industry of the North West.

Smithton Tasmanian Seafoods

10/ Near McCain's is Tasmanian Seafoods. First class seafood is caught off the north west coast of Tasmania and is processed at Smithton.

Smithton Duck River

11/ Smithton was founded as a port on the Duck River. It is used by a large number of fishing and pleasure boats. Note the Smithton Bridge in the distance.

Smithton Duck River Bridge Hotel

12/ Just across the Duck River is the old Bridge Hotel.

Smithton Duck River

13/ This photo looks North up the Duck River and shows the old port area of Smithton.

Smithton Duck River

14/ This photo looks south from the bridge towards the rich farm lands south of Smithton.

Smithton Duck River

15/ The yellow building is the home of the Sea Scouts. The Sea Scouts teach young people important boating skills. On the horizon is Duck Bay.

Smithton Duck River

16/ This photo shows the extreme tidal range of the Duck River at Smithton. Note how the boats are stranded in the mud at low tide.

Smithton Duck River

17/ This photo shows the park at the end of the Duck River. It looks towards Duck Bay.

Smithton view of Three Hammock Island

18/ East of the Smithton CBD is a lookout from where you can see Duck Bay, which is north of Smithton. On the horizon you can see Three Hammock Island, which is an important nature reserve.

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