Boat Harbour Accommodation
Boat Harbour Tasmania is a much-loved and charming destination that's blessed by its pristine seaside location. It's a 2 hour drive from Launceston and 1 hour from Devonport you'll explore an idyllic lifestyle, jump through rockpools, body surf, take wonderful walks while discovering this arresting coastline of its natural, historic and craggy rocks.
Laze on the sheltered beach, spot marine life in rock pools in Boat Harbour and head to Seekers Bar and Cafe
for fish and chips and chilled drinks that come with a panoramic view of Bass Strait.
Explore neighbouring Rocky Cape National Park
located at a geographical headland and surrounds the town of Sisters Beach. Together with its diverse vegetation, abundance of birdlife and indigenous culture you've landed you've landed in the right place for the curious-minded.
You'll be stunned by geographical rock formations and incredible variety of flora and importantly Aboriginal heritage landmarks, rock shelters and caves all make this worth exploring. The rocks of pinmatik / Rocky Cape are among the oldest in Tasmania. Explore extensive hiking trails and see Tasmanian Aboriginal shelter caves where it will be important to respect the wishes of the Aboriginal community and don’t enter the caves.
If you're an art or history buff or a purveyor of fine food, sweet treats and delicious drinks, then the North West of Tasmania and the Tasting Trail
is for you. You'll wake up your taste buds with paddock to plate goodies tasting fresh hazelnuts, truffles, ciders, diary, gelato, honey, raspberries and more! North West Tasmania, the land of rolling green hills and stunning coastlines, has the very best of produce.
Beach getaways are popular at Travellarks, and Boathouse Harbour is no exception.
Travellarks acknowledges the Palawa people as the First Australians in this region.