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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.

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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.

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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 two bedroom cottage is set on five acres of rolling pasture and forest that plunge into the sea. With two double bedrooms, the house can accommodate two couples. The master bedroom, lounge and dining room have expansive windows which look out across the sky, island, channel, forest, mountains, marina and village. It has a fully equipped kitchen and laundry with new appliances. The property is home to a variety of native animals including 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 fishing, sailing, kayaking, hiking, bike riding or simply enjoying the vista. There is a range of local dining options, from Kettering's famous chocolatier to the landmark Oyster Cove Inn. Alternately head around the bay to one of Tasmania's finest dining establishments. Complete your holiday with a sail to Bruny Island and dine on the fresh produce renowned to the area.

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Burilda Waters

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.

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Burnie by the Bay Holiday Apartments

New deluxe 2 bedroom fully self contained apartments, environmentally-friendly, include off street undercover parking. With views over the beautiful North West coastline, close to the beach, West Park sporting precinct, University, Hospital and CBD, shops & restaurants of Burnie. Just over the road from the Penguin Observatory and the Makers workshop-visitors centre with coffee shop and gift shop. Each apartment includes continental breakfast, coffee machines, cheese and biscuits, a complimentary glass of port for our guests to enjoy. 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. Affordable luxury.

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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.

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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.

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Burnie HQ Apartments

Burnie HQ Apartments offer Art Deco self-contained accommodation in Burnie on Tasmania’s north west coast. Burnie is 15 minutes drive from Burnie-Wynyard airport and 30 minutes from the Spirit of Tasmania terminal at Devonport. Burnie HQ has four lavishly-appointed apartments, each retaining the glamour of the 1930's Art Deco design era, with furnishings and features that help you feel as though you've stepped back in time to a glorious era. The apartments offer modern comforts and elegance, each has a fully equipped kitchen, one, two or three bedrooms, lounge room, television, telephone, electric blankets, hairdryer, and access to an outdoor entertaining area and laundry facilities. One apartment has wheelchair access. Burnie HQ is located a three-minute walk from Burnie's central business district, shops and easy walking distance to restaurants, theatre and beaches. Meet working artists at the Makers' Workshop. Great gift shop, gallery, café and information centre. Burnie has a famous platypus habitat Fern Glade Platypus Trail, and is also well known for it's beachfront penguin-walkway along the town's gorgeous main beach where you can visit the Little Penguin Observation Centre.

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Burnie Ocean View Motel

Burnie Ocean View Motel in Cooee offers comfortable, affordable accommodation in Tasmania's beautiful north west. The motel offers fully self-contained motel suites with full kitchens and bathrooms. The accommodation is located in two buildings with either beach and coastal views or park views. You will enjoy the fresh air, beautiful coastal views and walks along the golden sand beach opposite the motel. The beach is the natural habitat of a fairy penguin colony. The more active will enjoy the indoor heated swimming pool, a run along the beach or a walk beside the old railway track. Enjoy a barbecue in one of two locations and walk up to the bush area at night or dawn to meet the native animals. Burnie Ocean View Motel enjoys its central location with many tourist attractions nearby, including the Burnie Pioneer Museum, Makers Workshop, Guide Falls, The Penguin Interpretation Centre, Dismal Swamp Eco Adventure Centre, The Tarkine Forest and Wilderness, the quaint old village of Stanley, and Rocky Cape National Park. Cooee is a short drive (3 km) from central Burnie.

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Buttongrass Retreat

In the Far South of Tasmania, the forest parts to reveal a spectacular open buttongrass plain. Your modern two bedroom self-contained cabin is a comfortable eco-experience with 12 volt solar electricity and hot water, wood heating and is free from distractions like television and in-room phones. We offer exclusive occupancy; just one guest accommodation in a 20Ha private reserve. Comfort and wildlife make Buttongrass Retreat the perfect place to base for exploring the natural beauty of Tasmania's Far South. This special habitat is home to a unique range of flowers, birds and animals, a community found nowhere else. The view to the Southern Ranges is spectacular and sometimes snow capped. 100 minutes drive south from Hobart, just past Dover and Southport, this is a great base to explore the nearby Ida Bay Railway, Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, or a short drive to Cockle Creek then walk to the southernmost place in Australia. Important: Buttongrass is a place to escape from the hassles of modern life for a few days. There is usually limited 240 volt electricity, enough to charge a mobile phone or camera but not sufficient to run a laptop computer for more than an hour a day.

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