Tasmania - The East Coast (Chapter)
This is the East Coast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Tasmania’s east and northeast is a land of quiet bays and sandy shores, punctuated with granite hills and headlands, the coast fringed with eucalypt or pasture green, national parks for wildlife spotting or adventuring, and fabulous food and wine.
- whoop with exhilaration as you brave the ice-blue waters of gorgeous Wineglass Bay
- swoop over the Freycinet coastline on a scenic flight
- restaurants and accommodation
- experience close encounters with wildlife at Maria Island National Park
Coverage includes: Orford, Triabunna, Maria Island National Park, Swansea, Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park, Bicheno, Douglas-Apsley National Park, St Marys, Scamander & Beaumaris, St Helens, Bay Of Fires, Binalong Bay, Weldborough, Mt William National Park, Derby, Scottsdale & around, Bridport and Flinders Island.
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