Keep scrolling for details about some of our favourite east coast Tasmanian stays and experiences.
Welcome to Harveys Farm, Bicheno. A luxury escape nestled between the mountains and the sea on the East Coast of Tasmania. You'll never want to leave.
Colonial history, nestled between stunning farmland, vineyards and pristine beaches. The historic Lisdillon estate offers boutique accommodation for couples and families on Tasmania's East Coast.
On the edge of the ocean, gulls call, and the sea whispers the song of the whales. Whalesong Shack needs no introduction. Widely acknowledged as one of THE best places to stay in Tasmania, this old soul welcomes the dreamers home. If you're booked to stay, we have an extra special offering just for you. Get in touch with your host to learn more.
A quiet little surf shack set on the edge of Akaroa…just minutes away from Beer Barrel beach and Peron Dunes. Built back in '72, a once seafoam green shack has undergone a loving restoration. Go and see this classic Tasmanian shack for yourself!
Aplite House sits amongst two hundred acres of secluded forest on the spectacular east coast of Tasmania. The property is fringed by the world-renowned Freycinet National Park.
From the white sandy beaches to rolling pink granite mountains - there is nothing like seeing Tasmania's east coast from above. We are thrilled to let you know that anyone who has booked a Pop-Up Picnic or Graze Table with us can access an exclusive discount to use at Freycinet Air. What are you waiting for?
The wonderful crew over at Wilderness Weddings Tasmania are all about L.O.V.E - in every way, shape and form.
When you book an east coast elopement and request a post-wedding picnic or grazing table, we'll add a little something 'Splendid', to help you celebrate your happily ever after.
If you have an accommodation or experience here in Tasmania and would like to chat about partnering with us, hit the button below. We're always looking for unique Tasmanian stays to add to our list. We can't wait to hear from you x
" Today we stand in footsteps millennia old.
May we acknowledge the traditional owners
whose cultures and customs have nurtured,
and continue to nurture, this land,
since men and women
awoke from the great dream.
We honour the presence of these ancestors
who reside in the imagination of this land
and whose irrepressible spirituality
flows through all creation. "
- Jonathan Hill