Bicheno Cabin Tourist Park east coast tasmania

Bicheno Cabin Tourist Park is located on the east coast of Tasmania, and is surrounded by pristinee sun-drenched beaches, bushwalks nature reserves and tourist attractions such as Diamond Island, fairy penguins and Natureworld. The Bicheno Cabin and Tourist Park is located only 30 minutes from Freycinet National Park, home of the world renowned beach Wineglass Bay. Bicheno is surrounded by some of Australia's most beautiful beaches, nature reserves and located close to several popular tourist attractions including Diamond Island, fairy penguins and Natureworld.Bicheno Cabin Tourist Park is just 30 minutes from world famous Freycinet National Park, where you will find Wineglass Bay, being one of Tasmania's most popular tourist attractions.

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  • Powered Sites
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  • Non-Powered
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  • ASK
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  • Pets Allowed
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  • Contact No.
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Tasman Highway CNR Murray St
Bicheno 7215

Bicheno is situated on the east coast of Tasmania, on the Tasman Highway app. 185km north east of Hobart. To drive from Hobart will take app. 2.5 hours. Bicheno is located 160 kilometres from Launceston, in Northern Tasmania and the drive will take up to 2-hours depending on which route you take. Bicheno is part of the municipality of Glamorgan/Spring Bay; the town is primarily a fishing port and a beach resort.

See also :

  • Bicheno East Coast Caravan Park
  • Caravan Park Scottsdale
  • Gumleaves Tourist Park
  • Seaview Bicheno Holiday Park
  • See the Penguins in Bicheno with a small group tour allowing you to view these little birds up close in their natural habitat.