Acton is a residential locality in the local government area of Burnie in the North-west and west LGA region of Tasmania. Acton is about 3 kilometres south of the town of Burnie. There is a local milk bar, an IGA Supermarket, and an Aurora Energy electrical substation.The suburb has an 11.7-hectare reserve at Mussen Close with walking tracks. Acton Recreation Oval has an area of 2.4 hectares and it is the major sports and recreational facility in the suburb. The oval houses sports clubs like The Acton Cricket Club.There are two fields at the Acton Recreation Reserve. The ground has a synthetic cricket pitch, a softball cage and outdoor cricket nets.
The smallest state in Australia, Tasmania, has a population of 18,336 and is home to a town of 7,320. Tasmania is a stunning and secluded island state. There is no shortage of natural beauty to appreciate in this region, which is renowned for its untamed landscapes, amazing animals, and serene beaches. The little settlements of Cooee and Shorewell Park, as well as the port city of Burnie, are all located along the coast in the 7320 zip code. There is also a fantastic artisanal food and beverage culture.
Burnie is a port city on the northwest coast of Tasmania. It was named Emu Bay when founded in 1827 and renamed after William Burnie. He was the director of the Van Diemen's Land Company. The key industries in Burnie are heavy manufacturing, forestry, and farming. The primary sources of revenue for the city are the Burnie port and the forestry industry. The North West Regional Hospital on Brockport Road is Tasmania's third biggest hospital. It provides both in-and outpatient services for general medicine, general surgery, orthopaedics, psychiatry, and paediatrics. Other amenities in Burnie include the multi-purpose "Burnie Arts and Function Centre," a post office, a police station, a Supreme Court, a public and private hospital, and numerous sporting and social organizations. Burnie has a central business district with several national retailers such as Target, Kmart, The Reject Shop, Best & Less, and Cotton On. Major retailers are also located outside the CBD, including Harvey Nor
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