East Coast Tasmania Attractions

Kate's Berry Farm

Kate's Berry Farm

   Opens Mon 9:30:AM

Swansea

Offering breathtaking views across Great Oyster Bay to the beautiful Freycinet National Park, Kate’s Berry Farm in Swansea is a must visit… and a must taste. Located on Tasmania's stunning east coast,...
Whether you're taking a trek around the dry eucalypt forest or heading to the river gorges and dolerite capped plateau, the colourful contrasts of Douglas-Apsley National Park are just one of the many...
No, it’s no illusion. Freycinet Peninsula really is that picturesque. As a result, it comes as no surprise that it’s most wondrous attraction, Wineglass Bay, has been labelled one of the world’s top t...
Long, lonely beaches and shapely granite formations mark the Bay of Fires & Mt William National Park as a nature-lover’s retreat. Located in the north-east corner of Tasmania, its landscape of coastal...
Encompassing the famous unique Tasmanian wilderness, East Coast Natureworld is set amongst 150 acres of natural parkland and lagoons. The perfect place to experience the state's animals, birds, reptil...
Abundant in soft sandy beaches and rolling waves, East Coast Tasmania is the destination to relax and test out your surfing skills. Whether you're in Orford or Bicheno, you'll be guaranteed a calmer c...
Covering an entire island just off Tasmania's east coast town of Triabunna, Maria Island National Park takes you on a journey through the awe inspiring nature of the Tasmanian wilderness. Extending al...
Fondly known as 'Tasmania's Suncoast', the East Coast is home to some of the state's finest fishing rivers, bream the predominant catch. Amongst the best known fishing waters in the east is that of th...
An adventure holiday at a leisurely pace, Coles Bay is the ideal destination for those looking to soak up the sun and get outdoors. Situated at the foot of the scenically stunning granite mountain ran...
Freycinet National Park, with its pink granite mountains, is a long peninsula jutting out into the Tasman Sea. The park is famous for Wineglass Bay, just one of its white sandy beaches and the pure cl...
Located at White Sands Estate, IronHouse Point where the first ironclad house on Tasmania’s East Coast was built.The area is synonymous with farming, fishing, beach holidays, surfing and its pristine ...
Freycinet Marine Farm's clean and friendly sales room has ample parking for cars, caravans and campers. They have shady seating available on their deck, a kid friendly oyster interpretation area, and ...
A progressive degustation . . . with you in it! Come on a journey of Gastronomical Proportions, travelling the East Coast of Tasmania in air conditioned comfort and safety. Imagine visiting Freycinet...
attracts a large number of visitors. The park provides a sanctuary for mainly Australian native animals including kangaroos, rare parrots and Cape Barren Geese. Visitors can walk or train ride through...