Stanley was discovered by Bass and Flinders in 1798 and named for the British Secretary of State for The Colonies - Lord Stanley. The lord scored well as the area, and its famous 'The Nut' remains one of the most pleasant areas in Tasmania. A base from here staying in a rural setting on West Inlet, or right in town under The Nut allows access to a rich hinterland and to the West the purest air on the planet at Cape Grim (fact).
Godfreys Beach, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia. This often overlooked stretch of sand is the beach seen in most photographs of Stanley's instantly recognised 'The Nut'. The wilds of Bass Strait produce amazing light and weather changes.
Tells the colourful story of Harold who lives in Cape Grim, a location with the cleanest air on the planet. He decides to bottle it and sell it to the rest of the world. This delightful short film examines how Harold's unusual product quickly develops a loyal following and how "The Grim Experience" is fast becoming a true Tasmanian success story. A short film by Andrew Quaile. Part of BOFA 2012. Winning entry.