Bruny Island Lodge
Set amongst 860 acres of pristine bushland in remote South Bruny is The Lodge, a rustic timber chalet on the hill above Oyster Cove on Mickey’s Bay. The Lodge offers a unique experience on Bruny Island; it combines spectacular native bushland with comfortable, well-equipped accommodation, built to house that corporate retreat or extended family get-together. This character-filled timber cottage has five bedrooms and comfortably sleeps 24, with four bathrooms, five toilets and a commercial kitchen; which makes it perfect for self-catering if you want to bring your own provisions, or we can organise a local caterer if you prefer. There is a well-appointed bar and games room with a central cast iron fireplace for winter, with the option to roll back the walls and take in the magnificent scenery during summer. The Lodge provides private access to kilometers of pristine coastline along with canoes, kayaks, and bicycles to explore it. The sheltered waters of Oyster Cove - just a few hundred meters from the Lodge’s front door - are perfect for fishing, paddling, and other water-based activities. Your team or family will be amazed by Bruny’s natural beauty and brought closer together in a truly unique shared experience.
Bruny Island Retreat
Bruny Island Retreat is a fully self-contained holiday home at Adventure Bay, Bruny Island. Bruny Island is accessible by ferry, from Kettering, a 25-minute drive south of Hobart. Bruny Island Retreat has three bedrooms, two with queen size beds and one twin room. The master bedroom has an ensuite, and the bathroom has a shower and full size bath. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a microwave oven, and a large open plan dining living area. The living area has a television, DVD, and CD. The laundry has an automatic washing machine and clothes dryer. There is a covered barbecue area at the rear of the property, with a gas barbecue and outdoor table and chairs. The two double bedrooms and the lounge open onto a covered veranda that overlooks magnificent Adventure Bay. It is a two-minute walk to the beach or the jetty and boat ramp. Nearby at The Neck you can see fairy penguins at dusk. There are plenty of walking tracks in South Bruny National Park to explore and a visit to Cape Bruny Lighthouse is a must.
Bruny Island's Hundred Acre Hideaway
Hundred Acre Hideaway offers luxurious, solar powered accommodation on Bruny Island with commanding 180 degree views over valleys, mountains and beyond to the Southern Ocean. Two beautifully appointed hideaways nestled in nature; both feature wooden hot tubs on private decks overlooking Cloudy Bay and the Southern Ocean. 'Hunt and gather' by day and relax with an incredible platter at sunset of Bruny Island wine, cheese and oysters. Pre-order a delivery of a gourmet farmer breakfast hamper or a local produce dinner hamper. Enjoy the five pretty walks at Hundred Acre Hideaway. As night falls, watch as the wildlife including potoroos, paddymelons and wallabies emerge to graze. The property is perfectly situated to witness the famous Southern Aurora light displays and is a photographer's paradise. So come and experience the beauty, silence, relaxation and purity of this unique property and island life.
Bruny Ocean Cottage
Bruny Ocean Cottage is a three bedroom fully self-contained short or long term holiday home suitable for families or couples located adjacent to the clean white beaches of Adventure Bay on Bruny Island. A great place to relax and unwind whilst on holiday Bruny Island and especially Adventure Bay has much to offer visitors. It is the starting point for the acclaimed Pennicott Eco Wilderness Tours and the location of the Bligh Museum of Pacific History. There are great fishing spots and the nearby South Bruny National Park has some great walking tracks and remains of early whaling stations. Bicycles are provided at no extra cost to enable you to explore Adventure Bay and roads leading to nearby rainforests where Bruny's renowned proliferation of native birdlife may be seen. Adventure Bay has a well-stocked local store, great cafe, bowls club and bar.
Bruny Vista Cabin
Bruny Vista Cabin waterfront accommodation has spectacular views of Bruny Island, the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Kettering and the southern coast of Tasmania. Just a 30-minute drive from Hobart, the self contained cabin is set on five acres of rolling pasture and forest that plunge into the sea. With a four post queen bed and a large light filled bathroom the stand alone cabin is suitable for one couple. Expansive windows look out across the sky, island, channel, forest, mountains, marina and village. It has a fully equipped kitchen, dining and sitting area as well as an outdoor barbecue. The property is home to a variety of native animals including echidnas, wallabies, potoroos, possums and many species of birds. Walk trails pass through the forest on the shoreline, leading to a secluded bay or the village. The area is ideal for bird watching, sailing, kayaking, hiking or simply relaxing and enjoying the vista. Enjoy fresh produce from our garden or visit the local dining establishments, from Kettering's famous chocolatier to one of Tasmania's finest in Peppermint Bay. Bruny Vista Cabin guests also enjoy discounted sailing charters with SailTas.
Burilda Waters at Port Arthur is a holiday home offering quality fully self contained accommodation. Located on Possum Beach guests enjoy panoramic ocean views of Carnarvon Bay and the Isle of the Dead. The Port Arthur Historic Site a only a five-minute drive away. This two storey house is perfect for two couples or families as it has dual facilities, three bedrooms and sleeps up to five people. It is an ideal retreat to relax, unwind and enjoy the many tourist attractions, walks and restaurants located on the Tasman Peninsula. The balcony has a barbecue and outdoor setting so you can enjoy the ever changing moods of Carnarvon Bay and watch the birdlife whilst consuming your meal. Indoors you can relax by the fire while watching a movie, or listen to your favourite compact disc on the quality hi-fi system. You can book and pay online and you will be issued with a confirmation email containing an access code which will allow you entry via the electronic keypad for the duration of your stay. As access is automated, you can arrive at any time after 1400. Check out is before 1000 on your departure day.
Burnie by the Bay Apartments
New deluxe 2 bedroom fully self contained apartments, environmentally-friendly with off street undercover parking. Views over the beautiful North West coastline, close to beach, West Park sporting precinct, University, Hospital, Central Business District, shops and restaurants of Burnie. Close to Penguin Observatory and Makers workshop-visitors centre coffee shop and gift shop. Apartments include continental breakfast, coffee machines, cheese and biscuits, a complimentary glass of port & Chocolate. Wi-Fi, television /DVD player and full kitchen with first class fittings and appliances, wall mounted flame fires, air conditioners and heat pumps. Guests are within a short seaside board walk to the local tourist attractions, Makers Workshop, visitors centre, restaurants, shopping and business centre of Burnie. A scenic drive provides access to all the coastal towns including Devonport, the home port for the interstate ferry 'Spirit of Tasmania', Stanley and Cradle Mountain. Come, relax and immerse yourself in Burnie by the Bay Holiday Apartments. You deserve it! Each apartment offers a relaxing retreat for a short break, escape, romantic weekend or just for a business trip. Awards : Tasmanian Tourism Peoples choice top ten finalist 2018 , AAA Star Ratings Gold list achiever 2017, 2018 Booking.com Guest review Excellence award 2016, 2017, 2018
Burnie Central TownHouse Hotel
Located in the heart of Burnie, the recently refurbished Burnie Central Townhouse Hotel is the perfect base for business or pleasure. Burnie is the centre of Tasmania's North West Coast and all surrounding towns and tourist destinations. Burnie Central Townhouse Hotel is situated two blocks from the city centre and is only a short stroll to the beach. Burnie Central Townhouse Hotel is located 51 km from Devonport. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Limited free parking is available on site. Guests can choose from 55 comfortable rooms with 3.5 star rating and lift access to all floors. All rooms have private ensuite, digital TV, Foxtel channels, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar and air conditioned, microwave available on request and access to the on-site gym. Breakfast is served daily and guests can enjoy a drink, a meal or a flutter in the Townhouse Bar, Restaurant, Lounge and Gaming room.
Burnie City Apartments
Self contained accommodation in several locations around the Burnie central business district - close to all shops, coffee shops, bars, cinema and restaurants. All apartments have a fully equipped kitchen (except our studio which has a kitchenette), laundry, free WiFi and free off street parking. Properties are unattended and there is no on site reception. We will send you an access code for your apartment via text message on the morning of your expected arrival.
Burnie Holiday Caravan Park
Enjoy a peaceful stay in the leafy grounds of a caravan park situated opposite a sandy beach on the outskirts of Burnie. Listen to the birds calling from the many native trees, wander along the beach, dip into the heated indoor swimming pool or just relax on the grass. Meet other travellers at the outdoor barbecue areas or in the camper's kitchen. Choose a fully equipped self-contained unit with sea view or a holiday cabin. There are also 35 powered sites, a bush setting tent site area, on-site vans and hostel bunks. You'll find a friendly welcome at this good base for exploring the beautiful North West Coast. Enjoy the fresh air, beautiful views and walks on the penguin inhabited beach just across the road. You will be based central to many tourist attractions including The Pioneer Village Museum, Guide Falls, Burnie Beach Penguin Rookery Interpretation Centre, Burnie Surf Lifesaving Club, The City Retail Centre, Dismal Swamp and a one-hour drive from the quaint old fishing village of Stanley and a little over a one-hour drive to Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair National Park.