Visit the striking variety of scenery, seasons and species of Tasmania's East Coast. Geology ranges through quartz, granite, dolerite, sandstones. Endemic birds occupy niche habitats. Open woodland, dense forested valleys, waterfalls, mountains and settled areas all pack into a short 300km coastline.
Tasmania's east coast south of the Freycinet Peninsula is a less visited but beautiful area. Ealy settlements exported local sandstone to Hobart and established farmlands. Today remnants of these activities include drystone wind-breaks, crafted bridges and farm outbuildings weathered by the coastal winds over time. Today this rugged coast offers numerous secluded places to explore and enjoy.