Visitors looking to get up close and personal with some of Tasmania’s magnificent native wildlife should head to East Coast Natureworld.

With 150 acres of bushland and lagoons to explore, you can expect to see a combination of wild and rehabilitated wildlife, including echidnas, wombats and wallabies. There are also wildlife talks, photography exhibitions, and wildlife encounters, including a unique Devils in the Dark tour at night.

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Swansea’s Eateries

Tasmania’s East Coast is a food lover’s paradise, offering a diverse range of culinary experiences that celebrate the region’s fresh, seasonal produce.


Tasman Sea Salt tour

The Tasman Sea Salt Sommelier offers fascinating tours of their innovative clean energy saltworks at Little Swanport.


Freycinet Marine Farm

Enjoy some of Tasmania’s best and freshest seafood at Freycinet Marine Farm – conveniently located on Coles Bay Road as you drive down the Freycinet Peninsula.


Coles Bay

An enormously popular holiday spot, Coles Bay is the main settlement on the Freycinet Peninsula, situated at the base of the Hazards.