Hotels in East Coast

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Find Places to Stay in East Coast

Tasmania’s East Coast offers stunning beaches, crystal clear waters, and historic sites. Visit the beautiful Freycinet National Park, explore the historic town of Swansea, or indulge in fresh seafood in Bicheno. With its mild climate, beautiful landscapes, and rich history, the East Coast offers a relaxed and scenic getaway.

Tasmania’s East Coast offers some of the most stunning landscapes in Australia. From the pristine beaches of the Bay of Fires to the picturesque Freycinet National Park with its iconic Wineglass Bay, the region is a nature lover’s paradise. Enjoy the fresh seafood, explore the local vineyards, or visit the historic Spiky Bridge. The region’s natural beauty and relaxed pace make it an ideal getaway.

East Coast s famous for its stunning beaches, wildlife, and outdoor activities.


Find valuable information in our FAQs section below to enhance your East Coast experience and make the most of your time enjoying the stunning beaches.

Must-visit beaches along the East Coast include Wineglass Bay, Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay, Friendly Beaches, and Freycinet National Park.

The East Coast is known for its notable surfing spots and beaches, such as Binalong Bay and Wineglass Bay, attracting surfers and beach enthusiasts with their pristine sands and waves.

The East Coast is best known for its stunning beaches, crystal clear waters, and access to the Great Barrier Reef, particularly from locations like Cairns and the Whitsundays.