If you’re looking for a hassle-free holiday in a picturesque location (and who isn’t), then Bicheno East Coast Holiday Park might just be that ideal place for you. The location is perfect, smack bang in the middle of this quaint little village and walking distance to everything including the pristine sands of Bicheno Beach.
The park itself has all the amenities one would expect. If you’re not keen on filling your van with cooking odours the indoor kitchen is spick and there are BBQ facilities as well. The offers of accommodation are such that all needs are met. If you’re bringing your own tent, van or motorhome there is a site for you – either powered or unpowered.
If it’s a cabin you’re after there are a selection of one or two bedroom cabins plus backpackers accommodation. But, when all is said and done the location is what will keep you coming back to this glorious part of the world.
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A quaint little town two hours south east of Launceston and a similar distance north east of Hobart, Bicheno is fast becoming known for its natural beauty, beautiful beaches and as a gateway to some of the most fantastic sights Tasmania has to offer.
The town itself has a few cafes and restaurants to choose from and there are some great attractions within the town itself. But one of the most appealing things about the town of Bicheno is that it’s a great base to head out and explore this amazing region.
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Walk through the door of the Bicheno Motorcycle Museum and you feel like you’ve walked into any motorbike shop – but, go through the door marked Museum and an entire world opens up.
Here, owner Andrew Quinn inspires fond memories and visions with more than 60 popular bikes from yesteryear on display.
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4 Champ St, Bicheno TAS 7215, Australia
(03) 6375 1999
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