Makers' WorkshopTo purchase locally made paper items, whiskeys, wines, and cheeses, look no further than the Makers’ Workshop in Burnie. This history museum–cum–art center won a 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.
To purchase those paper items, whiskeys and cheeses you’ve been hearing so much about, look no further than the Makers’ Workshop. This museum-cum-arts-center won the Tasmanian Architecture Award in 2010. Inside the iridescent glass building, guests can join a papermaking workshop or tour, or buy someone else’s finished products.