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Centrally Located on Tasmania's East Coast
Freycinet & Wine Glass Bay
Just 55 minutes drive from Swansea is Tasmania's Famous Freycinet National Park & Wine Glass Bay.
Just 55 minutes drive from Swansea Coles Bay is the gateway to Freycinet National Park
A National Park covering 11,000 hectares. The island still has the remains of convict buildings in the historic settlement of Darlington dating back to 1842
Kate's Berry Farm
One of Tasmania's little treasures, this berry farm, with breathtaking panoramic views of Great Oyster Bay
is a popular trout fishing and picnic spot, barbecues available near the lake.
7km south of Swansea is an old convict bridge built in 1843, now on the right of the highway.
Just 20 Minutes from Swansea are kilometres of white sandy beaches
14km south of Swansea is the Three Arch Bridge. This is a safe swimming beach and popular fishing area.
Just 35 minutes north from Swansea see the Sea Life Centre and native wildlife at East Coast Nature World.
An interesting historic town connects you with the Midlands Highway. Right to Launceston Left to Ross and Oatlands.
Historic bridge and buildings, ruins of women's prison, Ross Bakery and craft shops
Just 28 km from Swansea is Gumleaves Fun Park, Bush setting including adventure playground, deer park, lakes and canoes etc.
Just 50 km from Swansea is the Port for scallop and crayfish boats, woodchip mill and town walk of 17 historical buildings.
The historic and beautiful township of Oatlands is located 79 km north of Hobart and 115 km south of Launceston on the Midlands Highway