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East Coast

Offering spectacular coastal scenery, Tasmania’s east coast stretches along the shores of several national parks including the Mount William National Park in the north, to the glorious Freycinet National Park and the Maria Island National Park in the south. Along the way visit the several historic fishing villages that dot the coastline.

Triabunna

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A coastal port with penal colony heritage Triabunna came into existence as a garrison for soldiers servicing the penal colony… Read More »Triabunna

Bicheno

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Located a few kilometers north of the Freycinet National Park, the fishing and beach resort town of Bicheno is surrounded… Read More »Bicheno

Swansea

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The historic and now popular holiday resort township of Swansea sits on Great Oyster Bay and overlooks the beautiful Freycinet… Read More »Swansea

Coles Bay

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Coles Bay is a small fishing and resort town that sits where the Moulting Lagoon enters Great Oyster Bay and… Read More »Coles Bay

Scamander

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Toward the north of the east coast but south of Binalong Bay, lies the resort township of Scamander which sits… Read More »Scamander