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BIG4 Bicheno Cabin Park

Bicheno, Tasmania

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3.5 stars
BIG4 Bicheno Cabin Park Dinghies on the beach in Bicheno

Bicheno's Glass Bottom Boat

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Bichenos Glass Bottom Boat operates from Bicheno, on Tasmania's east coast from September through April. The cool temperate waters offer excellent viewing of the creatures that live there and the luxuriant and rarely seen plant life is a spectacle itself. Your guide has many years of experience and can offer comprehensive and knowledgeable interpretation. Every day is different and the effect of the East Australian current is at times dramatic with many different life forms travelling in it. The trips are subject to weather, so please telephone ahead for a daily update on conditions and sailing times. You can also check the blackboard at our office/museum at the Gulch in Bicheno. Tours take 45 minutes.

Attractions

  • Dining and Eating Out (1)
    1. East Coast Natureworld East Coast Natureworld is a premier wildlife and ecology park near Bicheno, in Tasmanias east coast. The park is located on 65 hectares (150 acres) of natural parkland and lagoons, north of bicheno. Here, you can see free-ranging native Australian wildlife up close, including wombats, kangaroos, bettongs, koalas, pademelons, lorikeets, pelicans and swans. Natureworld also operates as a rescue, breeding and rehabilitation sanctuary for orphaned or injured wildlife.
  • Farming, Food and Produce (1)
    1. Apsley Gorge Vineyard Apsley Gorge Vineyard is near Bicheno, on the east coast, at the entrance to Apsley Gorge. The vineyard has one of the most stunning locations overlooking The Gulch in Bicheno, where the ocean swirls and crashes onto the rocks. The unique micro climate of this north-east facing valley produces distinctive cool climate wines, medal winning chardonnay and pinot. These wines are aged in French oak.
  • Galleries, Museums and Collections (1)
    1. Bicheno Motorcycle Museum Bicheno Motorcycle Museum is a unique museum dedicated motorcycles. There are 70 motorcycles on display at any given time and the display is always changing. We also carry out motorcycle restorations, and sell vintage spare parts and tyres, road and dirt tyres. We also buy and sell vintage and modern motorcycles.
  • Natural Attractions (1)
    1. Douglas-Apsley National Park Douglas-Apsley National Park is located a few kilometres north of Bicheno on Tasmanias east coast. The beautiful park boasts dry sclerophyll forest and riverside walking tracks, swimming holes, birdlife and Oyster Bay pines. Walks include the 20-minute return stroll to the Apsley Waterhole, the three-hour Apsley Gorge circuit and the three-day north-south bushwalk through the park.
  • Shopping (1)
    1. Freycinet Vineyards Pty Ltd Freycinet Vineyard is a family-run vineyard and winery overlooking Tasmania's famed Freycinet National Park. Established in 1980 by Geoff and Susie Bull, the east coast site was selected for its ideal microclimate - long sunshine hours and lean soils that encourage vines to focus on fruit not foliage. The family tradition of winemaking is continued by their daughter Lindy and her husband Claudio Rodenti.
  • Sports and Recreation Facilities (1)
    1. Bicheno Golf Club Incorporated Bicheno Golf Club Incorporated offers a nine-hole course on Tasmanias sunny east coast at Bicheno. The course is set in beautiful surrounds, with native trees lining the course and a coastal beach directly adjacent. Bichenos golf course is meticulously maintained and offers golfers a challenging round. You may even be fortunate to spot the resident deer and Cape Barren geese. Wildlife and abundant native parrots are a highlight of the course. You can play at the club seven days a week and golf clubs and buggies are available for hire. The comfortable clubhouse is well-equipped for you to enjoy full bar facilities in a friendly atmosphere following your game.

Events

  • Festivals and Celebrations (1)
    1. Bicheno Food and Wine Festival Get along to one of Tasmania's best food and wine festivals held on a magnificent waterfront site in the town of Bicheno on Tasmania's east coast. Enjoy a day of exciting events that arewill bring you up close and personal with leading local wine and beer makers; chefs; food producers and gourmet innovators from Tasmania's sunny East Coast. Indulge your senses with our world famous crayfish, heavenly mussels, delectable oysters, amazing tacos, game burgers, paella, sweet treats and more.

Tours

  • Full Day (1)
    1. Bicheno Dive Centre (Tour) Bicheno Dive Centre offers diving trips around Bicheno with guides for qualified divers in Tasmania. You can experience the superb diving waters off Bicheno, said to be one of the most exciting locations for undersea diving in Australia. You will explore magnificent sponge gardens and spectacular kelp forests. Most sites are within the Governors Island Marine Reserve, protected for its diverse underwater life. You may even spot whales and dolphins in the area during winter and early spring.
  • Half Day (2)
    1. Bicheno Penguin Tours Bicheno Penguin Tours takes you to see fairy penguins at dusk on Tasmanias east coast. The nightly evening tours offer a rare and thrilling chance to visit a private rookery. You can watch the fairy penguins (also known as the little penguin) emerge from the ocean and head for their homes.
    2. Bicheno's Glass Bottom Boat Bichenos Glass Bottom Boat operates from Bicheno, on Tasmania's east coast from September through April. The cool temperate waters offer excellent viewing of the creatures that live there and the luxuriant and rarely seen plant life is a spectacle itself. Your guide has many years of experience and can offer comprehensive and knowledgeable interpretation. Every day is different and the effect of the East Australian current is at times dramatic with many different life forms travelling in it.

Visitor Information

  • Visitor Information Centres (1)
    1. Bicheno Visitor Information Centre The East Coast Visitor Information Network comprises of four visitor centres located on the stunning east coast of Tasmania at St Helens, Bicheno, Swansea and Triabunna. Our friendly and professional staff offer tourism information and can assist you with booking tours and accommodation whilst also offering the best unbiased local knowledge. Discover the pristine beaches of our iconic Bay of Fires and Wineglass Bay. Take a cruise, a penguin tour, visit one of the museums or experience a bird's eye view of the Freycinet coast with a scenic flight or discover the beauty of Maria Island all of which our friendly staff can help you to arrange.

BIG4 Bicheno Cabin Park

Tasman Highway (cnr Murray Street),
Bicheno, 7215,
Australia

Freecall: 1800 789 075

Tel: 03 6375 1117
Email: info@bichenocabins.com.au
Website: www.bichenocabins.com.au

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