Apex Caravan Park Picnic Point is located at Ulverstone on the northwest coast of Tasmania. The park is right near Picnic Point Beach. It has 18 campsites and 43 powered sites. It is ideally located to explore the surrounding region; first visit the Ulverstone History Museum where you can step back in time and walk through a display of artifacts, tools, and photographs depicting the life of Tasmania's early pioneers. The park is just 20 minutes from Devonport and the Spirit of Tasmania and within walking distance to local shops and a short drive to the main street of Ulverstone. Take a day trip inland to Sheffield - the town of murals - and the wilderness of Cradle Mountain. Travel east from Ulverstone along the coast to Devonport, Latrobe, Deloraine, and Launceston, and along the way do some chocolate, cheese, and honey tasting. Feast on raspberries at Christmas Hills raspberry farm, and visit a Tasmanian Devil at Trowunna Wildlife Park. Travel west of Ulverstone to Penguin, Burnie, Wynyard, and Stanley. In Burnie, you can do some malt whisky tasting and visit the Creative Paper Mill which makes handmade paper. Historic Stanley has the well-known landmark “The Nut” which you can either climb or take the chairlift to the top to take in the magnificent views over Bass Strait and the surrounding farmlands. Ulverstone is a coastal fishing and tourist town on the northwest coast of Tasmania, Australia. It is situated at the mouth of the Leven River, on the Bass Strait, and is on the Bass Highway, 21 kilometres west of Devonport and 12 kilometres east of Penguin. Ulverstone has a population of less than 10,000 people making it the state's largest town as Kingston is a suburb of Hobart. The town is a part of the Central Coast Council. The Apex Caravan Park Ulverstone has frontage and direct access to two beaches as well as the coastal pathway which passes by the main entry. The park is also home to a colony of little penguins, who return from a day at sea to their burrows in the foreshore reserve immediately adjacent to the unpowered campsites. This park has a strict NO PETS policy to protect its penguin colony.