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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most East Coast Tasmania hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your East Coast Tasmania trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page.
The East Coast has a special place in Tasmanian hearts, the endless white sand, azure ocean, award winning wines and freshly caught seafood make it a must do for any trip to Tassie.
A good place to start is Freycinet National Park for a visit to stunning Wineglass Bay. Follow the track for a 1.3km hike that rewards you with an amazing view of the bay. From there you can choose to continue on to the beach and take a dip in the amazing crystal clear water or just take a well-earned rest on the stunning white sand. Keep a look out for dolphins playing in the bay!
For more stunning views, amazing beaches and wildlife encounters stop off at Friendly beaches. The local wallabies do their best to greet all their visitors.
Continue your journey further north along the coast and you will reach the Bay of Fires. Think crystal clear water and secluded coves. The beaches are perfect for swimming or find yourself a great surfing or dive spot. The distinctive orange covered lichen boulders that line the white sand offer a great spot to lie back and take in the stunning scenery.
Stop by a cellar door or two and sample a drop of the excellent cool climate Tassie wine. Devil’s Corner is one to add to the list; you get to enjoy your wine with a view. Pop in for a tasting and head up the tower lookout for the beautiful view across to the Freycinet Peninsula and the Hazard mountains.
You’ll also want to sample some of the amazing fresh seafood. Chat to the locals to find out the best beach fishing spots, or score yourself a catch on the water. If you prefer your feast to be served to you, visit the local marine farm for freshly shucked oysters, abalone and Tassie’s famed rock lobster – known locally as crayfish.
A: The most popular accommodation in East Coast Tasmania are private holiday homes. Also in high demand are apartments, cottages and hotels.
A: You can start by securing your hotel, car and flight. Lock in as little or as much as you like. Next comes the exciting stuff — booking awesome activities and epic adventures. With tons of terrific options to choose from, organising your upcoming holiday in East Coast Tasmania will be super easy.
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Location, Location, Location! Tranquil setting, lovely outlook. Friendly and helpful staff and a great place to stay and spend a weekend exploring the Tasman Peninsula
Great location, peaceful and quiet ( when the grandkids were asleep!!!) A great part of the world and all services available if and when required. Would I stay here again? Yes.
the clamping tents were very well set up, beautiful inside and great to have your own private deck and outdoor area
Modern cabin with first rate features located in a beautiful area. The views from the front door are wonderful. Staff were very helpful and when travel restrictions were implemented its COVID 19, they went above and beyond to help customers change, cancel and refund bookings. We will definitely come ...
It was good, we could make our own breakfast, go fo walks etc. It was a pity that the Winebay cruise was called off by the coronavirus but that was predicted.
I liked the location, but it would be difficult to get to without a car. I was not keen on the fact that the bathrooms were quite far away as well as the kitchen. It would have been nice to not have to trudge through rain and puddles after a nice shower, but I otherwise done have any negative comments. ...