East Coast Tasmania Map

Luxury, Boutique & Romantic Accommodation in East Coast Tasmania

Dazzling aquamarine waters and stunning white sands fringe Tasmania’s East Coast, which may seem mercifully secluded to visitors from more populous states. A hilly carpet of heath and bushland running between dramatic headlands makes a beautiful holiday setting and for those in the know, it’s no surprise the spellbinding Bay of Fires has been voted one of the best beaches in the world. Add a mild climate for holidaymakers, and laid-back little seaside resorts, luxury accommodation and fishing ports for an alluring coastal destination.

Map View of Properties
Arthouse Bay of Fires

Binnalong Bay, tas

1-4 guests
1-2 beds
2 accommodation(s)
$450-500/night
Aurora Beach Cottage

Seymour, tas

1-4 guests
2 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$195-$330/night
Bicheno Hideaway

Bicheno, tas

2-6 guests
1-4 beds
2 accommodation(s)
$135 - 300 /night
Ocean Retreat

Falmouth (between Bay of Fires and Freycinet), tas

10 guests
4 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$690-$1190/night
Peace & Plenty

Dolphin Sands (near Swansea), tas

2–5 guests
2 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$390–$440/night
Windows on Bicheno

Bicheno, tas

4 guests
2 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$250-350 /night

Map view of properties in East Coast Tasmania

Just you and the coast: choose your East Coast Tasmania accommodation

Glorious panoramas are par for the course in this beautiful, quiet corner of Tasmania. Sheltered bays and frothing swells offer ample opportunities for frolicking in the ocean, whether it’s a safe swimming beach or uncrowded surf spot you’re looking for. Discover the best of the beaches with our handpicked collection of East Coast Tasmania accommodation. There’s also an abundance of exhilarating coastal walking trails and scenic cruises, providing equal doses of relaxation and activity.  

Gastronomic delights are aplenty too: giant crabs, plump oysters and crayfish fresh from the sea, fruits and berries from local orchards, or beef and lamb reared on lush coastal pastures all tempt the palate and can be matched to cool-climate wines from the region. 

Freycinet National Park has long been a favourite destination for Tasmanians and is a must-see for any visitor to the east coast. The seaside town of Coles Bay is your entry point to this natural beauty pageant, while Bicheno offers some stunning beachside holiday retreats to the north of the National Park. The perfect crescent of Wineglass Bay may be one of the most photographed beaches in Australia. Soaring above are lofty lookouts peering down on secret coves, the jagged crags of the Hazards and rocky outcrops streaked with red. 

The road north hugs the coast, passing the remote surf beaches of Four Mile Creek and Falmouth, and the historic mining town of St Marys nestled beneath the rocky outcrop of St Patrick’s Head. Next stop is the fishing port and holiday resort of St Helens and nearby Binalong Bay. Restaurants, cafes and boutiques make this a pleasant spot, but it is the natural pursuits that delight visitors.  

Divers rave about St Helens’ underwater kelp forests and caves, anglers come for the annual game fishing event in what is known as the game-fishing capital of Tasmania, and walking trails lead to spectacular dunes at St Helens Point. The area is ideally situated for exploring the famous Bay of Fires – a simply exquisite wilderness coastline with gleaming white sandy beaches and vivid lichen-streaked granite shoreline boulders. Beyond, beautiful Mount William National Park tickles Tasmania’s northeast tip.

Enjoy your coastal adventure in style with our pick of luxury accommodation in East Coast Tasmania. We've handpicked the best of the region to ensure your stay is as perfect as possible


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