Marrawah lies to the west of Smithton on the far north west coast of Tasmania. Marrawah is Tasmania's most western town. It is an exquisite tiny coastal outpost surrounded by the rich farming and dairy area of Smithton.
For the surfing enthusiast Ann Bay at Marrawah is known as the home of Tasmania's big surf - an absolute addition to the list of places to surf before you die!
Places to Visit
Marrawah is of major importance for its aboriginal sites, with numerous rock engravings on more than 40 rock slabs. The nearby Mount Cameron West is also known as one of the most important Aboriginal art sites in Tasmania. It was discovered by a school teacher in 1933 and it is considered as possibly the finest example of Tasmanian Aboriginal art and one of the finest displays of rock art in the world. The art is thought to be 2 000 years old.
Located just 15 km south of Marrawah the Arthur-Pieman area offers visitors magnificent coastal hikes, bush walking, horse riding and fishing.
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