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North East Tasmania

Coles Bay with its rugged and beautiful Freycinet Peninsula is one of Tasmania’s most popular destinations. Here you will discover picturesque Wineglass Bay, voted one of the world’s most stunning beaches, with its well-formed walking track through granite outcrops. The fishing port of St. Helens has a relaxed atmosphere and pretty places to unwind. Then travel north-west to Bridport, another seaside village, where you can explore the river by canoe or visit the nearby lavender farm.

$27
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Bridport, TAS

Bridport is a small seaside village in Tasmania's sunny north coast, on the shores of Anderson's Bay nestled in a picturesque setting of natural bush with beautiful sheltered beaches.

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$30
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Coles Bay, TAS

Situated in the Coles Bay Township, 1km from the Freycinet National Park, the Iluka Backpackers YHA is over the road from Muirs Beach. On-site backpackers facilities at the hostel include tavern/bistro and bakery. There is also a playground for children.

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