East Coast Tasmania Vacations
Hobart, the state capital, is located about 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the south of East Coast Tasmania, while Launceston is 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the northwest.
This city offers lovers of nature plenty of outdoor escapes at its many ecological reserves. Freycinet National Park, Percy Steel Reserve and St Helens Waterfront are among the most popular of these. Each of these parks has its own unique variety of flora and fauna.
Enjoy listening to the birds, throw a ball and make the most of the sunshine at the nearby beach called Wineglass Bay. This is the perfect place to visit if you have had enough touring. Take off your shoes and explore the water’s edge or simply enjoy the peace.
Enjoy the fast greens and challenging fairways at Scamander River Golf Club, the best place for a few rounds in around East Coast Tasmania. Grab your clubs and lucky putter and challenge the course average, then finish the day in the clubhouse kicking back with golf-obsessed locals.
The Bark Mill Museum is the perfect oasis for those looking for something a little different in East Coast Tasmania. Admire the building and grounds, lose yourself in the exhibits, and then ask around to locate some of the smaller museums in the area.