Makers' Workshop

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Makers' Workshop, Burnie
To purchase locally made paper items, whiskeys, wines, and cheeses, look no further than the Makers’ Workshop. This history-museum-cum-art-center in Burnie won the Tasmanian Architecture Award in 2010 for its iridescent glass exterior and airy galleries with polished cement floors. Inside, guests can join a papermaking workshop or tour to learn about Burnie’s most famous export. When done, artists in residence are available for a chat and sepia photographs by Wolfgang Sievers deserve a look. Visitors can also taste cheeses and whiskeys, and take home their favorites as souvenirs or gifts. The on-site Makers’ Café is a lovely rest stop for a coffee and a bite surrounded by artwork and the Bass Strait.
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2 Bass Hwy, Burnie TAS 7320, Australia
+61 3 6430 5831
Sun - Sat 9am - 5pm