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One of the least spoiled regions of Tasmania, the island’s East Coast corner boasts rugged mountains, pristine beaches, welcoming towns and great food. Enjoy bird watching, fishing and sailing on the region’s coast, go hiking in its glorious national parks, sample local produce and mouth-watering cuisine in the characterful towns and villages or get close to nature with a hotel near East Coast Tasmania’s many wildlife reserves and protected areas.
Bridport – This coastal community boasts some of the best beaches in the region. Swim in the crystal clear waters of Anderson Bay, walk along the town’s picturesque coast, visit one of the local wineries or enjoy a round of golf on the nearby course. The town itself offers a good choice of cafes and restaurants, with local produce on sail in many of Bridport’s shops. You’ll also find a great selection of hotels in Bridport too.
Launceston – The largest city in the region and the second largest in Tasmania, Launceston is East Coast Tasmania’s commercial and cultural hub. Explore the city’s outstanding museums, visit its beautiful period buildings, dine in one of Launceston’s excellent restaurants or travel to the nearby Cataract Gorge to see some of Tasmania’s most dramatic scenery. All this and more is close at hand to an East Coast Tasmania hotel in Launceston.
Scottsdale – A East Coast Tasmania hotel in Scottsdale is perfect for those looking for a rural escape. Surrounded by picturesque countryside, the town of Scottsdale is an important centre for rural life in East Coast Tasmania. Visit the heritage listed courthouse, explore the town’s pretty streets, eat in one of its great restaurants or, if you’re feeling energetic, set off on the two and a half hour circular walk to the summit of Mount Stronach.
Mt. William National Park – Get adventure with an East Coast Tasmania hotel near Mt. William National Park. The Mt. William National Park takes in some of East Coast Tasmania’s most beautiful stretches of coast. A fantastic destination for wildlife lovers, spot Tasmanian devils, Forester kangaroos, wallabies and pademelons or enjoy a bit of bird watching on the park’s beaches.
With its stunning landscapes and beautiful setting, it’s no surprise that many of the region’s best sights were made by Mother Nature. Climb the peak of Mount Stronach for panoramic views of the surrounding area, visit the 90m Ralph Falls, Tasmania’s highest single drop waterfall, or walk to St. Columba Falls, a stunning multi-tiered waterfall surrounded by the region’s lush forest. Historic sites in the region include the Legerwood Memorial Carvings, the School House Museum in Derby and the Ringarooma History Room.
East Coast Tasmania is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. The region boasts an outstanding choice of hiking routes, with many paths taking walkers through pristine countryside and past many of the region’s most beautiful landscapes. If you want to explore the countryside on two wheels, head to the Hollybank Forest Reserve where you’ll find a dedicated mountain bike track or hire a bike from one of the region’s towns and explore East Coast Tasmania’s quiet road network. Bird watching and animal conservation are both popular activities in the region, as are golf, swimming and gemstone fossicking. If towns are more your thing, head to Launceston for culture, dining and a bit of retail therapy.