The Tasmanian East Coast is one of the best scenic coastal drives in the country.

Attracting visitors from all over the world the Tasmanian East Coast offers are wide range of adventures for you to choose from. Discover white sandy beaches, stunning national parks, historic townships and much more. 

Binalong Bay

The town of Binalong Bay is situated at the southern end of the beautiful Bay of Fires. The area is one of the most scenic and beautiful places in Tasmania, from the blue sea and fine white sand to the orange-tinged boulders that hug the coast.

Freycinet National Park

Explore granite peaks of the Hazards Range that dominate the Peninsula and the iconic Wineglass Bay - one of Tasmania's most photographed views. There are many more short walks across the park that are suitable for all abilities and that lead to secluded bays, clean beaches and bird-filled lagoons.

Maria Island National Park

Maria Island National Park is Tasmania's only island Park, six kilometres off the state's east coast and a short ferry ride from Triabunna, 90 minutes north-east of Hobart (88 kilometres). 

Great Eastern Drive

Your Journey begins at the Launceston Airport where you can hire a car and go on one of Australia’s greatest road trips. From the white beaches of Tasmania’s east coast, to luscious food and wine, award-winning walks, and views that will take your breath away, this is an experience you cannot miss when travelling to Tasmania.

Bay of Fires Eco Tours

The Bay of Fires was once rated the hottest travel destination in the world.

With white sandy beaches, deep sea fishing tours, cracking restaurants and wineries, plus much more, it’s definitely hot property.

Providore Wineglass

Providore Wineglass is a celebration of local Tasmanian produce and is located at Freycinet Lodge within Freycinet National Park. Open to all visitors to the National Park, Providore Wineglass features daily tastings, gift for home, snacks for the hiking trails and lunch for the road.

Pyengana Dairy Company

home of Australia’s heritage farmhouse cheese, continuing 130 years of tradition producing handcrafted cheese and dairy products on a farm in the Pyengana Valley. See our cheese makers in action. Taste the cheeses and discover your favourites.


Located between St Helens and St Marys on the banks of the Scamander River, this seaside spot is popular with locals and visiting leisure-seekers alike.

Freycinet Adventures

Specialising in guided sea kayaking tours, multi-award winning Freycinet Adventures is a family owned and operated business. 


Your Quad Bike Adventure departs from stunning Coles Bay on the East coast and takes you through the coastal forest along 4WD tracks to pristine white sandy beaches or on to admire the Coastal Cliffs surrounding Cape Tourville Lighthouse.

Milton Vineyard

Milton vineyard has a unique micro-climate that suits the ancient grape Pinot Noir. They also grow Pinot Gris, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer in their 20 hectare vineyard.

Devil's Corner Cellar Door and Lookout

The Devil's Corner Cellar Door and Lookout is located by the edge of Moulting Lagoon on Tasmania's beautiful East Coast and provides spectacular views across the Lagoon to the Hazards at Coles Bay. 

Australia Pacific Airports (Launceston) acknowledges the First Nations people and Traditional Owners of Tasmania including the Land that Launceston Airport operates on. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all other First Nations People.