Tebrakunna Visitor Centre

North East

The far North East of Tasmania is rich with natural resources and history, including more than 40,000 years of continuous habitation and significant Aboriginal heritage. 

In 2013 Hydro Tasmania completed the construction of Musselroe Wind Farm on the Cape Portland property overlooking Bass Strait in this picturesque region. The farm was built on land known as tebrakunna to the pairrenbeener clanspeople who are the traditional owners. Throughout construction, Hydro Tasmania sought to work positively with the Aboriginal community members to recognise the cultural values of the wind farm site that remain important to many of today’s Tasmanian Aborigines.

Tebrakunna Visitor Centre

The Tebrakunna Visitor Centre, located near Little Musselroe Bay recreation area, includes displays about the wind farm, the traditional landowners, the history of the Cape Portland property, and the maritime and mining history of the North East.

This site is not managed by Hydro Tasmania. Please visit Musselroe Wind Farm for information about facilities. Parking and toilets are available.

Opening times:

October to March – open every day from 9am to 5pm

April to September – open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10am to 3pm