There are more than 450 residents in the small town of Stanley. This small fishing village is an unexplored gem on the northwestern shore of Tasmania. The main local produce is lobster and crab. The town has a long history and is the earliest residential area in the area. It was discovered by Bath and Bolian in 1798 and named after Lord Stanley, the Secretary of State for Colonial Affairs in the United Kingdom. When you come to the town of Stanley, be sure to try the Australian lobster, or follow the winding path to the 30 million-year-old boulder - The Nut, or take a crane to see the bar from a height Beautiful view of the Bass Strait. In 1826, the employees of the Van Diemen Land Company settled here, making this simple town full of historic buildings and lovely little farmhouses. In fact, I think this volcanic rock called Uluru at sea is far less than the simple and beautiful of the town itself. Quietly eat a fresh seafood here and enjoy the peace of life.