• Cape Bernier

    Capebernier is situated on Tasmania’s east coast overlooking historic Marion Bay. This is an ideal site for genuinely cool climate viticulture as the coastal location and maritime weather patterns ensure a frost-free spring, mild growing conditions throughout summer, and an extended cool autumn ripening period. Our easterly aspect provides extended Read more [...]

  • Coal Mines Historic Site

    Discover fascinating history while exploring the many tracks and trails of the Coal Mines Historic Site. For more information download the Coal Mines Visitor Guide.

  • Doo Town

    Doo Town Just past Eaglehawk Neck, in the Tasman National Park is the holiday village of Doo Town. In 1935, Hobart architect Eric Round started a tradition when he named his shack ‘Doo I’. The idea soon caught on with Doo-Me and Doo-Us and today most of the town’s shacks Read more [...]

  • Eaglehawk Dive Centre

    Eaglehawk Dive Centre is a PADI 5 Star dive centre, with experienced professional instructors, on-site accommodation, and the only purpose-built dive training pool in southern Tasmania, so if you want to try diving, if you want to learn to scuba dive, or if you want to continue your diving education, Read more [...]

  • Island Surf School

    We run group and private surf and stand-up paddle lessons at various beaches throughout Tasmania.  Current classes are at Park Beach on most days and Eaglehawk Neck or Clifton Beach occasionally.

  • Pirate Bay Fishing Charter

    Steve and Julia Cooper operate full and half day charters from Pirates Bay, Eaglehawk Neck. They cater for 1-6 people and supply all gear and equipment. Pirates Bay, Eaglehawk Neck.

  • Port Arthur Historic Site

    The story of the Port Arthur Historic Site is a story of many people, places and moments. Over its long history, Port Arthur has been a place of hardship and punishment, a place of opportunity, and a place of leisure. Now it is one of Australia’s most important heritage destinations, Read more [...]

  • Tesselated Pavement

    The most well known example of a tessellated pavement is the Tessellated Pavement that is found at Lufra, Eaglehawk Neck on the Tasman Peninsula of Tasmania. This tesselated pavement consists of a marine platform on the shore of Pirates Bay, Tasmania. This example consists of two types of formations: a Read more [...]

  • Wildlife

    The Tasman Peninsula boasts over 200 km of coastline bringing with it whales, dolphins, seals, an amazing array of marine life and sea birds. On land, the 660 square kilometres of coastal heaths, dune vegetation, wetlands, salt marshes, dry and wet sclerophyll forests, sub alpine scrub and rain forest supports a Read more [...]