Our Incredible Location
Wherever you are on the Tasman Peninsula, nature’s splendour, her strength and quirkiness are all around. Secluded bays are scattered amongst pristine beaches, many lined with dramatic sea cliffs offering stunning views whilst seabirds soar overhead.
So much to do
Things to do
Once you have explored all we have to offer onsite at Rosedale Homestead, take a few extra days to explore everything that the Tasman Peninsula has to offer, from the historic Port Arthur, to bush walks from a few hours to a few days, and stunning land and seascapes.
World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site is the best preserved convict site in Australia, and among the most significant convict era sites worldwide. Are you daring enjoy to take a ghost tour?
Tasman Arch and Blow Hole
The Blow Hole and Tasman Arch are just two of many unusual geological formations found in the Tasman National Park, a place of rugged beauty with some of the most stunning coastal scenery found anywhere in Australia.
Three Capes Track
Breathtakingly beautiful. Spend 4 days / 3 nights walking this world acclaimed track. Enjoy lunch in our restaurant after! This is a world famous walk and prior booking is required
DONT IMAGINE, COME & SEE …
Stunning coastline which can be enjoyed on a short hour long bush walk or up to 4 days on the Three Capes Track.
and there is more…
The area has a number of local events:
- Koonya Garlic Festival – Feb
- Bream Creek Show – March
- Falls Music Festival – Dec
- Boxing Day Woodchopping Championship at Port Arthur Historic Site – Dec
- 1st Sunday of the month: Pick up some fresh local produce on the first Sunday of each month at the Bream Creek Farmers Market
- 2nd Saturday of the month: Eaglehawk Neck Market
- 3rd Saturday of the month: Nubeena Market
ALL THAT WILL MAKE YOU HUNGRY!
with all this exploring to be done, make sure you start your day with breakfast at the Rosedale Restaurant or come past from a tasty lunch.