Burnie Ocean View Motel, Tasmania

Burnie Ocean View Motel Address:
253 Bass Highway,
Tasmania 7320

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Featuring views of Bass Strait and Cooee Beach, Budget Motel, Burnie Ocean View Motel offers an indoor heated swimming pool and BBQ facilities. All accommodation includes fully equipped kitchen facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms and at the internet kiosk.

Ocean View Motel Burnie is only 3.5 km from the shops, restaurants and cafes in Burnie town centre. Burnie Airport is a 10-minute drive away. It is only a 2-minute walk to Cooee Beach. Facilities include a self-service laundry and a guest lounge with internet kiosk. Each cabin and apartment has a TV, private bathroom and heating.

Cooee is a small town on the north-west coast of Tasmania immediately west of Burnie with a population of 559 people. Paper… it is used every day; writing, reading, information, creativity… have you ever thought about what goes into something you use so frequently? Burnie has a 75 year tradition in paper making, which turned a seaside village into a booming industrial pulp and paper town. The industrial factory now closed, the cities association with paper continues today post factory with Creative Paper Tasmania where you can experience an enlightening hands on paper tour experience. Learn ancient paper making techniques used to create beautiful, eco friendly Tasmanian papers. How materials such as recycled denim jeans, natural plant fibres, apples and even roo and wombat poo are used to make unique papers. Explore the science, sustainability and recycling effort used by the boutique mill. You also have the opportunity to make your own sheet of paper! So roll up those sleeves and get ready for a creative experience of a life time.


Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful food and wine, and a haunting history evoked by world-famous convict ruins. Tasmania’s well know iconic places are located in or near national parks, like Cradle Mountain in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park and the Franklin River in the Gordon-Franklin Wild Rivers National Park – not to mention the Port Arthur Historic Site near the Tasman National Park. Tasmania also has significant marine reserves where a delicate and beautiful underwater environment is protected.