Access the unparalleled beauty of the Tasmanian East Coast by private jet, a convenient way to explore off-the-beaten-track locations and enjoy a truly luxurious and memorable experience.
There are so many exciting activities and things to see in this stunning destination, including five-star resorts, world-class fine dining and exceptional cultural experiences. Here are our top picks for luxury accommodation and gourmet eateries in this region.
Luxury Places to Stay on the Tasmanian East Coast
Bay of Fires
This northeastern bay runs from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. It’s named for the fires the Aboriginal people used to light on the beaches. Offering a range of outdoor activities, including walking, kayaking, swimming, and surfing, this conservation area is blessed with natural beauty you won’t forget in a hurry.
Bed in the Treetops in Binalong Bay is an award-winning, luxury hideaway, with architecturally designed spa suites which can accommodate up to 6 guests.
Bay of Fires Lodge is an ecolodge set on a hilltop with a large timber deck offering stunning beach views and a large living area with an open fire.
One of Tasmania’s best-kept secrets and an ecologist’s paradise, the Freycinet Peninsula features a dramatic rocky landscape. It is home to a national park and numerous sheltered, white sand beaches. Here the air is reputed to be the cleanest in the world!
Saffire Freycinet, named the no.1 luxury villa in Australia by Tripadvisor, is the height of decadence with 360-degree views, elegant suites and exclusive private pavilions. Indulge yourself with luscious day spa treatments, or breathe in that fresh air with complimentary guest activities, including guided walks and exclusive food and wine experiences.
Rocky Hills is near Swansea and directly opposite Freycinet Peninsula. This secluded coastal area is on the edge of the Buxton River Forest Reserve and offers a range of luxury retreats and exclusive accommodation.
Rocky Hills Retreat is a one bedroom private, contemporary retreat nestled in the Tasmanian bush designed for couples who want to relax and unwind in luxury accommodation. Highlights include a gourmet breakfast, an outdoor Huon pine bathtub and an artist’s studio.
Dragonfly Lodge is a larger choice of accommodation close to Rocky Hills Retreat that sleeps six adults. The self-catering property offers everything you need for a stay in any season. This includes pantry supplies with local produce, a 50inch plasma TV with surround sound audio, a double-sided open stone fireplace, beautiful towels and custom linen.
Gourmet Places to Eat
No matter where you decide to stay on the Tasmanian East Coast you can enjoy unforgettable degustation or à la carte experiences at many of the high-end dining restaurants. Seafood is a speciality of the region and you’ll find freshly shucked oysters and gourmet fish and chips appearing on many menus. Below are a few restaurants for your culinary enjoyment but there are plenty more to choose from.
Palate Restaurant – an exclusive onsite restaurant at Saffire Freycinet providing tailor-made gourmet moments.
Bay Restaurant – à la carte dining at Freycinet Lodge offering an inspired seasonal menu.
Homestead Restaurant – degustation or à la carte menu as part of Piermont Resort in Swansea.
For a more immersive foodie experience, we highly recommend a guided food and wine tour, such as that offered by the Long Lunch Tour Company which covers the Hobart, Freycinet and Coles Bay area.
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