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See & Do

East Coast Tasmania

Tasmania’s east coast is full of surprises.  From award winning vineyards to delicious berry farms, there will be something for everyone.  Tasmania is know for its cool climate wines, award-winning cheeses and delicious seafood.  Our clean, air and sparkling fresh water is also ideal for producing cider, whisky and gin. You'll find our boutique breweries and distilleries showcasing their wares at cellar doors throughout the state..


Stop in at one of the busy coastal towns of Orford, Swansea, Bicheno or St Helens.

Denison Beach and the Porches

The iconic Denison Beach is only 5 minutes’ drive or an enjoyable 15-minute walk from the retreats. The Porches is about an hour walk - These sandstone rock formations hang down from the cliffs resembling porches.

Douglas-Apsley National Park

This beautiful park features dry sclerophyll forest and riverside walking tracks, swimming holes, birdlife, and Oyster Bay pines.

​Freycinet National Park

A 40-minute drive from Denison Rivulet Retreats, Freycinet National Park is one of Tasmania’s oldest, best known and most loved national parks.

Diamond Island

At low tide, walk to Diamond Island along Redbill Beach to the spectacular Diamond Island reserve.


Bicheno Blowhole

Visit the Bicheno blowhole, which is amazing when the tides are right.


Bicheno Township is one of the East Coast’s best-loved holiday destinations with sparkling ocean beaches, beautiful coastal scenery, and fresh seafood

The Bicheno Foreshore Walk

Explore Bicheno’s rocky coastline with this lovely walk along the foreshore.

Whalers Lookout

The walk to the top of the Whalers Lookout rock in Bicheno offers great views of the coastline


Bicheno is resident to little Penguins.

The best way to see these amazing animals is through Bicheno Penguin Tours. They have nightly tours which offer a rare and thrilling chance to visit a private rookery. You can watch the fairy penguins (also known as the little penguin) emerge from the ocean and head for their homes.

Log Cabin General Store

An iconic local general trading store supplying homewares, home decor, souvenirs, hardware, outdoor and camping, fishing, beach and garden products.


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