Whether your idea of a holiday is adventure or relaxing Alluvion is the perfect base for you. On the beach where the river meets the sea Alluvion is what you would expect in a beach house. Ideally located adjacent to Swan River it has direct & level access to a safe beach.
Take our sit on top kayaks available for hire or go beachcombing along the foreshore and marvel at the thousands of tiny red crabs that scurry around at low tide. There's an ideal fishing spot at the nearby jetty to make use of complimentary fishing gear that is provided. Or try a game of golf at the nearby golf course 500m away - 9 holes pay & play. We provide two complimentary golf sets if you didn't have room in the car for yours
Or simply sit and relax, a nice Tasmanian red or white in hand, and enjoy the bird life at property ranging from a variety of honeyeaters to seabirds diving for fish. All this from the rear deck.
Alluvion is located approximately 6 km from the township of Coles Bay where you can find a range of restaurants, cafes, local tavern and two general stores. A further 5km away is the iconic Freycinet National Park. Splendour at the world famous Hazards, which change colour depending on time of day and light conditions, or take a walk to the lookout to marvel at the iconic Wineglass Bay, a fantastic photo opportunity, and if you're feeling up to it walk down to the beach and marvel at the fine soft white sand and the beautiful pristine waters.
A holiday to remember.
The property sleeps up to seven people across two queen rooms and room with three single beds one is portable.
Fully furnished Alluvion has a very homely feel. The living areas are open plan and include a well equipped kitchen, spacious living & dining areas and even a play corner for the kids. The layout provids guests with the opportunity to relax and unwind whilst re-connecting with family and friends. Alluvion has a well equipped kitchen, modern television and dvd player, linen and towels, and with the deck, barbecue and wood heater, is a cottage for all seasons. This individual property, with plenty of off-street parking, gives scope to enjoy the local birdlife and the garden, which runs down to the beach. Fishing rods are available for fishing off the beach, and golf clubs are provided for use on the nearby nine-hole pay and play course. Discounts apply to off-peak weekly stays.
Located in the heart of the Great Eastern Drive The Freycinet region includes Coles Bay and the magnificent Freycinet National Park, with its acclaimed bushwalks and activities including sea kayaking, rock climbing, ocean cruising and wildlife observation. Local oysters and cool-climate wines are east coast highlights. To the south, Maria Island National Park is a short ferry trip from the coastal town of Triabunna and to the north is the world renown Bay of Fires, located at the township of St Helens.