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Strip Road, 4.5 kms from the Tasman Highway, at Little Swanport.

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  • An Idyllic Tasmanian East Coast Hideaway
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Activities

 Situated on the East Coast Escape touring route, explore our Private Forest Reserve, walk the labyrinth, enquire about our workshops.

Go exploring on the Bushwalking tracks at Wind Song

 

Local Activities and Attractions

 

Labyrinth

Try the unque experience of walking the  Labyrinth.

Labyrinth’s are a unicursal tool for personal, psychological and spiritual transformation.

 
 

 Fishing

Sea fishing, bream fishing and the lakes of the Eastern Tiers are nearby.

Catch yourself dinner!

 
 

Personalised Tours

For personalised tours contact Vicki McBride at Tasmania Drive.

Personalised driving tours with Vicki

 
 

 Mountain Bike Riding

Go mountain bike riding. The East Coast is a popular tour for local and interstate bike riders.

Get active & go mountain bike riding.

 
 

Relax at Wind Song

At the end of the day relax with plenty of books to read and enjoy a delicious dinner from our kitchen or “gourmet under the stars”.

Read in the afternoon sun & dinner under the stars.

 
 

Freycinet Peninsula & Wineglass Bay

Explore Freycinet Peninsula and the stunning Wineglass Bay.

Beautiful water at Colesbay

 
 

Maria Island Cruise

Visit Maria Island, a former penal settlement and now a World Heritage Listed national park.  For a ferry to Maria Island, scenic cruises and other options contact the team at East Coast

East Coast cruises offer all day cruises, tours and ferry services to Maria Island.
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More information on Maria Island can be seen here http://bit.ly/1age9zJ

 
 

Wielangta Forest

Visit Wielangta Forest. (However please note that as of January 2011 due to the removal of an unsafe bridge the Forest Drive Road is currently not a through road between Orford and the Tasman Peninsula)

Visit the beautiful Wielangta Forest

 
 

 Ida Bay Railway

When your east coast visit is finished why not head south to the Ida Bay Railway.

The Two hour round trip runs from the Lune River station through buttongrass bushland to the banks of Ida Bay and then onto the old limestone pier at Deep Hole, for a beachside stop before returning to the station.

Australia’s southern most railway.
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 Bicheno, Swansea & Orford

The east coast of Tasmania is home to golden beaches and scenic fishing villages. Visit Bicheno, Swansea and Orford.

Taste the magnificent seafood the area is famous for as well as its dairy and meat products.

Little Swanport


 
 

Scuba Diving

If your interest is in scuba diving make Wind Song B&B your base for exploring the Maria Island Marine Reserve and the Troy D artificial dive site adjacent to the reserve. The marine reserve is a fabulous place for snorkelling and scuba diving.

East Coast Artificial Reef & Divesite
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Vineyards

Visit award-winning vineyards such as Milton, Freycinet, Apsley Gorge, Craigie Knowe, Springvale and Darlington.

Freycinet Vineyard
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Milton Vineyard
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Swansea

Kate’s Berry Farm at Swansea for delicious berry ice creams and other treats.

The Ugly Duck Out, also at Swansea has a long liqueur coffee menu and 13 types of schnapps.

Kate’s Berry Farm
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Try one of the many varieties of schanpps on offer at The Ugle Duck Out
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Orford

Head out to Scorchers at Orford for their wood fired pizzas

Delicious Pizza at Scorchers Pizza Cafe
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 Spiky Bridge

This part of Tasmania’s east coast has a long history of European farmers, soldiers and convicts dating back to the 1820s.

There is plenty of history around, including Spiky Bridge built by convict labour in 1840’s.

Visit the unique Spiky Bridge built in the 1840’s

 
 

East Coast Tasmania Tourism

Visit East Coast Tasmania’s tourism website for more information on this magnificent part of Tasmania

 

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