Triabunna Cabin and Caravan Park is almost an attraction in itself. You won’t find a more friendly or hospitable place to stay in Tasmania.
|On site Van||$70.00
|Powered Sites||From $28.00
|Backpacker shared room||From $25 per person
|Book early to avoid dissapointment!|
|Rates are subject to change without notice, check when booking or see website|
There are beautifully appointed modern cabins, powered and unpowered caravan sites, a Back Packers Cabin and a camping area.
There is a covered, paved barbeque area, a picnic shelter and camp kitchen, and the entire park is groomed with lawns and gardens.
It is just a short walk to the town, the Spring Bay Pub, and the ferry to Maria Island.
Triabunna is an historic town and port with lots of interesting places to visit:
- Catch a fish off one of the town jetties or buy a crayfish fresh from a fishing boat.
- Just a 30-minute ferry ride from Triabunna, Maria Island National Park is one of Australia’s most beautiful uninhabited islands. There are lots of things to see and do there. The ferry departs daily.
- Visit one of the many Wineries along the East Coast
- Birdwatching and Bushwalking
A favourite holiday destination for local Tasmanians and interstate visitors alike, Tasmania’s East Coast is renowned for its sweeping, scenic coastline, encompassing the majestic Freycinet National Park.
There is no better place to base your east coast holiday than the Triabunna Cabin and Caravan Park.
Just a 30-minute ferry ride from Triabunna, Maria Island National Park is one of Australia’s
most beautiful uninhabited islands. The ferry departs daily.
Cape Barren Geese, possums, wallabies and native birds are especially prolific. A short walk from the ferry wharf you can find the spectacular Painted and Fossil Cliffs, famous for their beautiful natural patterning and warmth of colour.
Theres lots to do on Maria Island. Explore the historic buildings and ruins. Rediscover the past from history displays set up in the Commissariat Store, Coffee Palace, Mess Hall and William Smith O’Brien’s Cottage.
Choose one of the walks and check out the natural features and cultural heritage. Walks vary in duration from 10 minutes to overnight.
The roads on Maria Island are suitable for mountain biking. With no other traffic on the island it is an exploring on your bike is a great way for families with children to see Maria Island.
Book your next holiday with us soon, and please mention found us on the GoSeeAustralia.com.au website when you call or visit! Dont forget to request your Tasmanian Tourist Parks VIP Card on line before you travel.