Facilities and Recreation

Burnie Aquatic Centre

Located in Terrylands

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Camping on a Council Reserve

Camping without a Permit is prohibited on all Council reserves in the Burnie municipal area.

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Cooee Point Self-contained Vehicle Camping Area

The Council provides a short-stay free camping opportunity for fully self-contained vehicles at Cooee Point some 2.5km west of the Burnie town centre to allow travellers an opportunity to become acquainted with Burnie and to avail themselves of the city’s core services prior to moving on or making alternate camping arrangements.

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Liberty Swing

The Burnie Park now has a Liberty Swing available for anyone restricted to a wheel chair.

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Parks

Burnie Park and Oakleigh Park.

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Public Toilets

There are several public toilet facilities available in the Burnie municipality. Below is a link to a map including the location of publicly available toilets, accessibility details, opening hours and facilities, such as showers and baby change.

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Reserves

Fernglade, Guide Falls, Natone Forest & Lake Kara, Romaine and View Road Reserves.

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Skate Park

The City of Burnie's skateboard facilities are located outside the Western end of the West Park Oval, the facility incorporates approximately 90 tricks and caters for beginners right through to challenging the skills of advanced skaters.

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Sport

The Burnie Tennis Centre, Howe Street Netball Centre, Burnie Golf Club, Burnie Surf Life Saving Club, beach swimming, yachting, lawn bowls and field sports.

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Trails

Walks & Trails Information on Burnie's Great Outdoors including Art Deco Trail, Pulp Paper Trail, Coastal Pathway, Cycling Map, Waterfalls.

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