The Tasman Peninsula region, home to the Three Capes Track, is an outstanding destination for walks, beaches, camp sites and fishing spots.
You will see some of the most stunning coastal scenery found in Australia, right here. Not surprisingly the area offers 35 walks as well as opportunities to rock climb, abseil, sea kayak, dive the kelp forests and shipwrecks, go game fishing, horse riding, surfing, hang-gliding or 4WDriving. Or then again, simply sit back, relax and take in the stunning scenery and local history.
Slice of Paradise
When Stephen Bayley is not crafting his next award-winning brew, he manages the Convict Beach House at Saltwater River, Tasman Peninsula with his family. On 1 December, the Convict Beach House is opening its architecturally designed holiday home “The House” in addition to their highly rated “Cottage”.
Opening special from $250 per night available for bookings made before 31 December 2019 for stays until 30 April 2020. Visit Convict Beach House now.
Stunning panoramic views, three spacious bedrooms and expansive indoor and outdoor entertainment areas on 12 acres of privacy. When you’re not looking out for soaring sea eagles, or meeting a pod of dolphins while kayaking on the bay (Kayak included), be surprised by the connection to the past.
Once an agricultural outstation providing food to Port Arthur, the property’s Mediterranean climate produces olives, honey and seasonal fruits and vegetables.