We have wallabies, wombats, possums, echidnas, quolls, potteroos, Tasmanian Devils, wedge tail eagles and many more animals roaming the property.
Tasmania ’s East Coast is a coast of contrast - sunshine and sea life, wine and wildlife, crags and beaches, history and adventure.
From here it’s a short drive to the perfect half-moon of Wineglass Bay, ranked as one of the world’s best beaches by US- based Outside magazine.
All along the coast, bright beaches blaze, and the distinctive blue-green East Coast sea washes the shores.
Grey-green sheoak trees dapple the ground with cool shade. In the ocean beyond, whales follow ancestral migration routes, dolphins frolic and sea birds wheel on the wind. Inland, rainforest clings to steep mountain passes, and the steep rock buttresses of Ben Lomond frown over the rich farmlands of the Fingal Valley.
The region boasts an array of fine fresh farm & sea produce consistent with the State's claim to fame as a food lover's paradise.
Many of the well known Tasmanian wines are produced here and the winemakers and growers can frequently be met at the vineyards.
The east coast is also home to scallop, abalone, oysters and more, the clear cool waters of the Southern Ocean provide the perfect environment for these delicacies to be grown for Tasmanian, Interstate and International markets.
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