Currie-King Island

Currie is the largest town on King Island in Tasmania.

Currie has a permanent population of approximately 800 people.

Currie is situated just inland on King Island, from a natural harbour on the west coast of King Island. Currie was named after Archibald Currie, a Melbourne shipowner.

Currie is the business centre for the King Island beef grazing and dairy cattle industries. Currie was, until the opening of Grassy Harbour in 1974, the main port connecting King Island with Victoria and Tasmania.

Currie is a significant centre for the fishing industry, especially rock lobster. There is also an airport in Currie, called King Island Airport.

Pet friendly accommodation in Currie consists of pet friendly cottages, pet friendly coastal retreats, pet friendly holiday homes, and pet friendly bed and breakfasts.

Pet services in and around Currie and King island in general include pet transport operators, vets, farriers, Currie horse riding opportunities, dog grooming, boarding kennels, pet food outlets, pet supplies, pet enclosures and fencing contractors, Currie pet doors suppliers, and Currie pet friendly dining venues.

Currie is a lovely town and the locals would love you to visit them as soon as you can find the time, so don't let them down, enjoy some Currie hospitality in the very near future.

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