Makers WorkshopCurrently Open
- Address: 2 Bass Hwy, Burnie TAS 7320, Australia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +61-364305831
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Art Gallery, Museums, Family And Kids, Exhibition
Visit the exquisite Makers Workshop to honour Burnie’s history, makers, innovators and artists. Located at Burnie of Australia, this charming place will offer you a number of attractions like art center, museum, Tasmanian exhibitions and souvenir gift shop of timber products & jewellery. You can also try your hands at making creative papers with the local paper makers. Don’t forget to appreciate the famous Wolfgang Seivers, one of the world’s finest photographers for their sepia toned images. If you are done exploring all, check in the local restaurants to entice your test buds with awesome cheese, cake and brewing coffee.
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Makers Workshop Reviews & Ratings
Very helpful for information on local history and places to visit while in Burnie and surrounds. Great range of local cheese tasting selections and soviners. A great place to discover the history of Burnie. The city of makers!
The staff in the information and papermaking section are so helpful, happy and fun. The cafe is great but our coffees took a very long time to arrive!! There were no Artisans at their 'stand' but I loved the gallery and presentation. Highly recommend a stop here. P.s. they need more signage at the turnoff (an information banner is not enough!!)
A highlight of Burnie, a place where you can view and purchase local artisans wares. Also has a good tourist information and Papermaking workshop,...Definitely worth doing. Cafe is busy and average price.
Love this place especially the paper sculpures. Bought some local cheese and balsamic oil. Had coffee and cake looking over the sea and browsed the hand made gift stalls
A must see when in Burnie. Take a paper making tour and see how paper is made. The Makers' Workshop has very helpful and friendly staff, especially Darren on the paper making tour; he's very knowledgeable and passionate about the paper making process and it shows; an asset to the place. You will have the opportunity to ask questions about the process. You also get the chance to make paper at the end, awesome experience.