Bay View Shack is a fully self contained 3 bedroom house with 2 queen and 2 single beds. The house is very comfortable and the perfect option for a family looking for an escape on a budget.
On a farm setting, the shack offers beautiful scenery in all directions; paddocks even cattle, bush and lovely water views over Carnarvon Bay & Port Arthur.
The large north-east facing decking is an excellent place to sit back and soak in the peacefulness.
With a spacious living area and large open yard, there is plenty of room both inside and out.
See & Do
With so much to see and do on the Tasman Peninsula, there is something to suit everyone ... both young and old
Whether your a history buff, adventure seeker, animal lover, beach bum or a winer and diner ... you´re sure to enjoy your stay and what the Tasman Pensinula has to offer.
PORT ARTHUR HISTORIC SITE
The Port Arthur Historic Site has many aspects to be explored; the informative Port Arthur Visitor Centre, the many buildings & ruins, scenic walks & gardens, the boat cruise out to Dead Mans Island and of course the ever so spooky Ghost Tour
For information and tour bookings, contact the Port Arthur Visitor Centre on .
For full information, visit the official website -
TASMAN NATIONAL PARK
"Located in southeastern Tasmania, Tasman National Park protects spectacular coastal areas on the eastern and southern coastlines on the Tasman and Forestier Peninsulas.
Sheer sea cliffs reaching to 300m, blowholes sandy beaches and sea sculptured rock formations can be viewed from easy walking distance of car parks. For the more energetic, take a longer walk to experience some of the most scenic coastal walking in Australia.
National Parks Passes are available at Copping Convict Exhibition, Fortescue Bay Campground, Port Arthur Historic Site Visitor Centre and Service Tasmania Shops statewide Service Tasmania is open Mon-Fri 9-5. "
c Parks & Wildlife Service, Tasmania
"Tasman Island Cruises offers a spectacular eco-cruise travels along the rugged coastline of the Tasman National Park between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur in Tasmania.
A major highlight of the cruise is the huge variety of wildlife - on land, sea and air - and the magnificent scenery of Tasman Island and Cape Pillar, where the highest sea-cliffs in the southern hemisphere tower into the sky.
Few places on Earth have such a rich variety of marine wildlife and seabirds. The Continental Shelf runs close to Tasman Island and an upwelling of nutrients from the ocean´s depths creates a smorgasbord for all the creatures in the complex food chain of the sea, from plankton to great white sharks. " From the Tasman Cruises website.
+ SO MUCH MORE
- Remarkable Cave
- Carnarvon Bay & Possum Beach
- Tasmanian Devil Park
- Eucalypt Cafe
- Art & Craft
- Wine & Dine
- The Convict Trail
- Horse Riding