QR codes launched in Stanley, Tasmania, providing digital tour guides

QR codes launched in Stanley, Tasmania, providing digital tour guides

QR codes launched in Stanley, Tasmania, providing digital tour guides | QR4U.in

The quaint, seaside town of Stanley, Tasmania, is using quick response codes to give tourists an improved visiting experience.

Using any reader app for QR codes, visitors to the location can take part in a self-guided tour. It is an interactive heritage walk that is meant to highlight some of the most interesting and unique features of Stanley’s history. This seaside town is located at the far northwest of the of Tasmania and its past is a unique one. Tourists will now be able to discover a great deal more of it all on their own and in the language that is most familiar to them.


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