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Chain Of Lagoons: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Vortex Healing Centre

The Vortex Healing Centre Inc is a meditation and retreat centre designed to awaken the pure potentiality of your life.
A grass labyrinth based on the 12th Century Chartres Cathedral design is accessible to children and adults.
We use meditation and a wide range of healing techniques as well as allowing the native Australian plants and an amazing vortex of energies to calm, heal and enlighten.
A peaceful garden full of native tasmanian and New South Wales Waratah and three beautiful ponds create a wonderful feel to the site.
Super charged energetic space.
17 acres of rare temperate rain forest on the eastern slopes of Mount Elephant Pass, overlooks the Chain of Lagoons Beach on the East Coast.
Spiritually minded people who could like to create deep connections both with themselves and others thrive there.
Unnplug, unwind and relax in this amazingly pristine environment.
Within easy reach of facilities at St Marys and the popular seaside town of Bicheno via the scenic Elephant Pass, this secluded rain forest enclave is 2.15 km down Dalmayne Road weaving its way through dense man ferns and eucalypts, offering glimpses of the ocean below.
Amazing native and NSW waratahs complete the garden with views.

215 Dalmayne Road
Gray, TAS, 7215

Located 5.8K from Chain Of Lagoons

Stables Handmade Market Tasmania, The

Showcasing Tasmanian handmade, giving preference to makers in the Break O'Day Municipality, Tasmania.
In mid 2015, a discussion was begun by a number of local artists and artisans about setting up a Makers Co-op, with a view to finding premises from which to sell hand made items. This has now morphed into a steering committee of volunteers, under the umbrella of Greater Esk Tourism. The long term plan is for the steering committee to become an independent body.
The date of the inaugural Stables Handmade Market (2 Jan 2016) was suggested to take advantage of the many visitors who come to St Marys for the New Year Races, and the racing committee has also been very supportive of our new venture.

Harefield Road
St Marys, TAS, 7215

Located 11.1K from Chain Of Lagoons

Gone Rustic

Gone Rustic is a working studio and gallery in St. Marys, in North East Tasmania.
Gone Rustic features the work of award winning Tasmanian fibre and textile artist Rita Summers. Fibre and textile, mixed media art, quilts and other quality handmade items are on display and for sale.
In addition, Rita hosts exhibitions by other artists and artisans.
Groups such as Rustic Ragamuffins and Operation Coverup meet regularly at Gone Rustic for mutual inspiration, fun and friendship.
To find out more, and to view or purchase Rita's art and collectibles online, please visit the Gone Rustic website, or the online shop.
St Marys is a one-hour-and-40-minute drive (130 km) east of Launceston.
Opening Times: Open Tuesdays to Saturdays 1000 to 1600 and by appointment.

37 Main Street
St Marys, TAS, 7215

Located 12.5K from Chain Of Lagoons

Douglas-Apsley National Park

Douglas-Apsley National Park is a few kilometres north of Bicheno on Tasmania's east coast.
This beautiful park features 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.
Douglas-Apsley National Park is close to the Freycinet Peninsula and the quaint towns along Tasmania's beautiful east coast. While in the area you can also swim, snorkel or try your hand at deep-sea fishing.
Nearby are coastal wineries and renowned Wineglass Bay in nearby Freycinet National Park.
Douglas-Apsley National Park is just over a two-hour drive (174 kilometres) southeast of Launceston.

Bicheno, TAS, 7215

Located 14.0K from Chain Of Lagoons

Seaview Farm and Bandicoot Blu Farm Products

Seaview Farm, a destination in itself, is also home to Bandicoot Blu farm products. These have been developed over 14 years of intensive study and practical application of biological farming - a mix between organic and conventional farming involving more science than some organic practices and using more natural methods than conventional.
This practice was pursued in the firm belief that healthy soil=healthy plants and animals=healthy humans. The beef, lamb, blueberries and garlic that are produced at Seaview are completely free from any toxic chemicals.

Anyone wishing to learn more about this practice may visit the farm by appointment or come and stay for a few days in the accommodation. As well as learning more about biological farming, you can enjoy wandering around two acres of beautifully landscaped gardens.

The whole is surrounded by breathtaking views of ocean, rolling timber covered hills and distant mountains.

The farm, 7 kms out of St Marys can be reached by following Germantown Road which is opposite the St Marys Hotel. You can call to make an appointment to visit by contacting Frank on 0419 372 192.

686 German Town Road
St Marys, TAS,

Located 17.3K from Chain Of Lagoons

East Coast Natureworld

East Coast Natureworld is set amongst 150 acres of natural parkland and lagoons. The perfect place to experience Tasmania's unique animals, birds, reptiles. Operating for over thirty years, Natureworld offers a more intimate, interactive, and ultimately enjoyable experience with Tasmanian wildlife. Originally a birdlife park, Natureworld has evolved into a nature world, where Tasmanian wildlife, birdlife and flora can be seen and appreciated by all. With 150 acres of forest, lagoon and beach frontage the extensive park grounds allow you to wander around at your own leisure. Wheel chair and pram friendly paths allow all to experience the uniqueness of Tasmania up close. Tasmanian devil feeding times are 1000, 1230 and 1530 daily. There is food and drink served for most of the day in the Gallery Cafe. For the wildlife photography enthusiast there is an extensive display of Tasmanian wildlife photography. The shop has a wide range of souvenirs with a wildlife and Tasmania theme.
Bicheno is a two-hour-and-15-minute drive (177 kilometres) from Hobart.

18356 Tasman Highway
Bicheno, TAS, 7215

Located 19.4K from Chain Of Lagoons

Bicheno Golf Club Incorporated

Bicheno Golf Club Incorporated offers a nine-hole course on Tasmania's sunny East Coast at Bicheno.
The course is set in beautiful surrounds, with native trees lining the course and a coastal beach directly adjacent. Bicheno's 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.
While you are on the East Coast, take advantage of the many attractions including coastal wineries and beautiful national parks. Take a fairy penguin tour during the evening at Diamond Island where you can watch penguins make their way up the beach to nest. Freycinet National Park is a 30-minute drive, where you will find magnificent Wineglass Bay. After your round of golf, book in at a nearby restaurant and enjoy fresh Tasmanian seafood with views over the water.
Bicheno is just over a two-hour drive south-east of Launceston (174 km).

Tasman Highway
Bicheno, TAS, 7215

Located 20.4K from Chain Of Lagoons

Eureka Farm

Eureka Farm is set in an enchanting rural environment at Scamander, on Tasmania's North East Coast.
Take a walk to the dam or through the orchard, feed the animals or just relax in the picturesque surroundings. Wi-Fi is available.
From November a large variety of fruits are grown including strawberries, raspberries, brambles, red and black currants and blueberries. From early January there are also apricots, cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, apples and pears.
Taste some of the delicious fruit desserts and smoothies, homemade ice creams and jams served in the cafe, where light lunches and espresso coffee can also be consumed. We have won many awards for our ice cream, jams, chutneys and sauces.
Eureka Farm is around a two-hour drive from Launceston (165 km).

89 Upper Scamander Road
Scamander, TAS, 7215

Located 21.6K from Chain Of Lagoons

Chain Of Lagoons: Events

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 will 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.
Kick back on the grass with a glass of "something local" and enjoy live music from some of Tasmania's best blues and roots musicians. Stroll along the rows of food and wine stalls.
There are cooking classes and face painting for the kids, a home brew competition, demonstrations and tastings, a vintage surfboard exhibit and even a "pop up" caf? that only serves chocolate cake!

Event Dates
      19th Nov

Burgess Street
Bicheno, TAS, 7215

Located 23.1K from Chain Of Lagoons

Chain Of Lagoons: Travel Tips

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.

41B Foster Street
Bicheno, TAS, 7215

Located 23.3K from Chain Of Lagoons

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