Don Grin­ing

World Heritage Cruises

On the Road Tasmania - - News -

A century-old fam­ily tra­di­tion of lo­cal hos­pi­tal­ity is the foun­da­tion of World Heritage Cruises; the Grin­ings fer­ried their first pas­sen­gers in 1896.

What do you love about liv­ing on the West Coast?

I love the friendly peo­ple who choose to live in our unique area. West Coast­ers are very gen­er­ous to any­one in need. While a lot of us like to go away for a hol­i­day in win­ter, com­ing down the hill into Stra­han on our re­turn, see­ing the har­bour…I’m glad to call the West Coast home.

What’s the best way to see re­mote ar­eas of the West Coast?

With no road ac­cess to the south­ern shore of Mac­quarie Har­bour, a boat is the [best] way to visit most of the re­mote, hid­den gems around our shores.

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