The East Coast of Tasmania is a sparsely populated yet feature-rich coastline containing world-famous beaches, sweeping coastal scenery and quiet towns brimming with charm and history. Due to its rich soil, warm climate and regular rainfall, the East Coast is one of the main wine producing centres of Tasmania. To the north of the coast lies Wineglass bay, the Hazards mountain ranges and Sapphire, a luxurious six-star eco-resort. The largest towns along the East Coast are St. Helens, Coles Bay, Swansea and Orford.
St Helens, Tasmania
Places of Interest St. Helens is one of the main regional centres along the coast and is surrounded by picturesque locations like Eddystone Point, St. Helens Point, Ansons Bay, Binalong Bay, the Bay of Fires, Cape Portland and Mt. William National Park.
Binnalong Bay, East Coast of Tasmania
Scamander is a quiet surfing town located along the coast and is neighbored by the nearby communities of Beaumaris and Falmouth. The Evercreech Forest Reserve is situated along the Esk Highway and features a walk among tall gum trees. The town of Bicheno is home to beautiful white-sand beaches and the nearby Douglas-Aspley National Park.
Visit Maria Island to discover convict history, walking tracks and stunning mountains and rock formations. Coles Bay is the gateway to epic Freycinet National Park where star attractions include Wineglass Bay and theHazards Mountain Range.