• Swansea Golf Club

    1c Franklin St, Swansea TAS 7190, .

    Swansea Golf Club Tasmania is a picturesque 9 hole Golf Course, that is open to the public all year round. Nestled on the East Coast of Tasmania overlooking the magnificent Freycinet National Park, the course is an integral part of the Swansea township. 

  • Swansea Bowls Club

    1A Franklin St, Swansea TAS 7190, Australia .

    Come and see the best barefoot bowls Swansea has to offer, right next door to The Waterloo Hotel

  • Waterloo Point

    Swansea TAS 7190, Australia .

    Talk a walk around the loontitetermairrelehoiner track, one of the east coasts great short walks. Enjoy panoramic views of Great Oyster Bay and the Hazards, whilst walking through a shearwater breeding area. If your lucky they may even be a little wave to enjoy. 

  • East Coast Wine Trail

    Swansea TAS, Australia .

    Vineyards along the East Coast Wine Trail offer tastings and wine sales, and East Coast restaurants showcase the finest vintages. Meet growers and makers as you experience some of the most spectacular coast scenery. Sample fine wines accompanied by tasting plates of Tasmanian cheeses and the freshest seafood imaginable, all while soaking up incredible east coast views.

    More details can be found via:

  • The Branch

    7 Maria St, Swansea TAS 7190 .

    In the 1920's the first Commonwealth Bank on the East Coast of Tasmania was built. In 2023 a new fresh business has taken form. A place you can enjoy, relax and dine. Experiencing all East Coast & Tasmanian produce.

    Wine, Tapas, Cocktails, Beer and Coffee. Keep and eye out for their live music calendar via the link below: 

    The Branch Swansea

  • Cake and Honey

    44 Franklin St, Swansea TAS 7190, Australia .

    Sweet little café in Swansea on the east coast of Tasmania, perfect for coffee on the go 


    Cake and Honey Instagram


  • Melshell Oyster Shack

    9 Yellow Sandbanks Rd, Dolphin Sands TAS 7190, Australia .

    Melshell Oyster Shack is located at Yellow Sandbanks Road, Dolphin Sands. We have expanded our menu and now are a fully licenced venue. Come and enjoy a fantastic view of the Swan River as you slurp down the freshest oysters. You can see the farm activity as Ian and the boys work in the background. We now offer more seafood options keeping to the theme of simplicity and natural flavour we hope to delight you with a platter of local produce. A new feature for adventurist guests is to cook your own seafood kebab at your table. We also offer a local cheese platter and other simple snacks for non oyster lovers. Hey we don’t judge we get it oysters can take some getting use to.  Our oyster pate is a good introduction for beginners. We have a vegetarian kebab option and gluten free options.  Local wines and beers can be enjoyed with food.

  • Milton Vineyard

    Milton, 14635 Tasman Hwy, Swansea TAS 7190, Australia .

    Milton Vineyard was first farmed in 1826 initially for extra fine Tasmanian wool but is now producing fine cool climate wines.

    There is a restaurant onsite with seasonal hours, further details can be found via their website below:

  • Craigie Knowe

    80 Glen Gala Road, Cranbrook Tasmania 7190, Australia .

    A Tasmanian family owned  vineyard and cellar door operated and managed by father and son Glenn & Alex Travers.

    Craigie Knowe is the oldest vineyard on the East Coast of Tasmania. Our first vines were planted in 1979, by then Hobart dentist John Austwick. He was such a pioneer of the time, with many local farmers thinking he was crazy, but they quickly realised John was onto something and planted their own vines.

    A passionate Bordeaux Blend Cabernet fan, John initially planted Cab Sauv, Cab Franc, Merlot and Petite Verdot, but Pinot Noir and Riesling soon followed. He made his own wine on site in what is now the Cellar Door, and built a great reputation as an exceptional cool climate winemaker.

  • Wineglass Bay

    Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay Rd, Coles Bay Tasmania 7215, Australia .

    Travelers, meet the top of your Tassie bucket list. Wineglass Bay is part of the Freycinet Peninsula, an outcrop of wild, pristine coast land on Tasmania’s east coast. Encompassed within the Freycinet National Park, it is considered one of the top ten beaches in the world. Nestled in the iconic Hazards range and bordered with pink granite peaks, Wineglass Bay is the most photographed view in the entirety of our island state. 

  • Kates Berry Farm

    12 Addison St, Swansea TAS 7190, Australia .

    Kate’s hugely popular Just Desserts Café, with its mouth watering menu, overlooks rows of berries to breathtaking views across Great Oyster Bay to the world renowned Freycinet National Park.

    Acclaimed for her truly outstanding cool climate berries, Kate offers a unique range of mouth watering quality produce and products that highlight what Tasmania does so well.

    Kates Berry Farm 

  • Bicheno

    57 Burgess Street, Bicheno Tasmania 7215, Australia .

    This relaxed beachside town is known for its stellar seafood and proximity to a pair of contrasting national parks. 

    Things to do in Bicheno

  • Mayfield Estate

    Mayfield Jetty Rd, Little Swanport TAS 7190, Australia .

    Since 1969, two generations of the Dunbabin family have run Mayfield, farming sheep for wool in one of the world’s most renowned super-fine wool growing regions.

    After a successive drought on the east coast, in 2010 Bruce decided to diversify into grapes. For the past 6 years, grapes from the 6 hectares of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay were destined for a premium Australian sparkling wine. Now, these grapes go into creating five distinctive wine varieties produced by Mayfield Estate. More recent vineyard plantings include Pinot Gris and Shiraz and have increased the vineyard to 9 hectares in size.

    Our Cellar Door completed in 2022 is situated to make the most of the magnificent views: facing the bays dramatic entrance at Schouten Passage, looking north as far as the golden strand of Dolphin Sands and south to Majestic Maria Island and the Tasman Sea.

    Come share the beginning of a new journey for Mayfield inspired by the infinite beauty of Great Oyster Bay

    Mayfield Estate Website 

  • Gala Estate

    14891 Tasman Hwy, Cranbrook TAS 7190, Australia .

    Having lived on this land for almost 200 years, let’s just say we know a little bit about this place! With its beautiful cool climate, Tasmania is one of the greatest wine growing regions in the world. We understand the soil, the climate and nature. We listen to the land and give back to it

    Gala Estate Website

  • Spring Vale

    130 Springvale Rd, Cranbrook TAS 7190, Australia .

    We are a small 5th generation family owned vineyard since 1875, located in Cranbrook on Tasmania's stunning Freycinet Coast.

    At Spring Vale, our grapes are grown with an in depth knowledge of our local terroir.  Intimate attention to quality and flavour, allows us to produce premium, award-winning wines at our on-site winery.

    Our Cellar Door is open for wine sales and tastings 11am-4pm daily.


    Visit our on-site restaurant, Mel's Kitchen

    Open Wednesday to Sunday for Lunch.

  • Boomer Creek Vineyard

    10922 Tasman Hwy, Little Swanport TAS 7190, Australia .

    Boomer Creek Vineyard is a single site 3 hectare block, with the first plantings taking place in 2012 with the remainder to follow in 2013. The site is set on a easterly facing slope rolling down hill towards the ocean, overlooking Schouten Island and the Little Swanport estuary.

    Opening hours and further details can be found here: 

    Boomer Creek Vineyard

  • Spiky Bridge

    Tasman Hwy, Swansea TAS 7190, Australia .

    Just south of Swansea you’ll see signposts to Spiky Bridge—a wonderful, quirky piece of colonial architecture that was built from local fieldstone by a convict road gang in the 1840s, and is well worth a look.

    On the opposite side of the highway, a little further along, look for the sign to Spiky Beach and turn off into the unsealed car park. A short walking track weaves down from here towards this truly beautiful, 100-metre-long beach.

    Spiky Beach is a scoop of platinum blond sand, embraced by dark dolerite outcrops and a small cluster of she-oaks and eucalypts. A tumble of sea-worn rocks on the beach create little nooks and shelters to nestle into and offers exquisite rock pools—miniature gardens of anemones, shells and delicate aquatic plants.

  • Mt Amos

    Freycinet TAS 7215, Australia .

    Head to the Mt Amos Walking track to challenge yourself up a steeper trail where fewer tourists dare tread. One of the mountains that make up The Hazards, Mt Amos can only be challenged by those with good fitness. It's a short yet rigorous hike with steep sections of slippery rock, but the rewarding views at the top are well worth it.

    Further Details can be found here via 

    Mt Amos Walking Track