EXPLORE TASMANIA'S BEAUTY AND ATTRACTIONS

Oceana B&B is an award winning hosted bed and breakfast located on Hobart’s sunny Eastern Shore, just 12 minutes to Hobart CBD and 20 minutes to Hobart Airport.

Local attractions include Little Howrah Beach, Howrah Beach, Blundstone Arena, Coal River Valley and Richmond Village.

You will be perfectly positioned for day trips to the following attractions:

 

DAY TRIPS FROM HOBART

GORDON WILD RIVERS EXPLORER

Stunning Fly/Cruise experience from Hobart to Strahan/return, Gordon River Cruise, chef prepared lunch and transfers.

Video courtesy Par Avion

PENNICOTT WILDERNESS JOURNEYS

Award winning Pennicott Wilderness Journeys operates cruises and day tours from Hobart, Tasmania.   View the video to take a variety of Pennicott cruises.

Video courtesy Pennicott Wilderness Journeys.

BONORONG WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Bonorong Wildlife Sancuary offers a chanceto come closer than ever to something wild and fragile.  It is the home to many animals including wombats, koalas, Tasmanian devils, birds, quolls and free roaming Forester kangaroos.

Photo courtesy of Bonorong Wildlife Santuary.

PORT ARTHUR HISTORIC SITE & THE TASMAN PENINSULA

Award winning site forms part of the Australian Convict Sites, a World Heritage property.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Hype TV

RICHMOND HISTORIC VILLAGE

Welcome to our historic village in the valley. It is one of Tasmania's most popular destinations, steeped in history.

Photo: Oceana B&B

BRUNY ISLAND

Explore coastal nature reserves teeming with wildlife and spectacular vistas. Pristine Landscapes. 

CYGNET & THE HUON VALLEY

Cygnet, TAS. Small Huon Valley town known as an alternative lifestyle location.

Photo courtesy Cygnet Old Bank Bed and Breakfast

HUON VALLEY

The Huon Valley is a valley and geographic area located in southern Tasmania formerly an important part of our apple industry.

Photo: Oceana B&B

HASTINGS CAVES & THERMAL SPRINGS

Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs in the Huon Valley, Formed millions of years ago, the dolomite cave.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett

THE DERWENT VALLEY, SALMON PONDS, MT FIELD NATIONAL PARK & RUSSELL FALLS

Mt Field National Park is one of Tasmania's oldest and most accessible national parks. Just a one-hour drive north-west of Hobart.

Photo credit: Jason Charles Hill

THE WALL IN THE WILDERNESS

The Wall In The Wilderness is situated at Derwent Bridge in Tasmania’s Central Highlands, carved mostly from Huon Pine.

Photo credit: The Wall in the Wilderness

LAKE ST CLAIR NATIONAL PARK

Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Lake St Clair is every walker's dream.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Emilie Ristevski

LAKE PEDDER & GORDON RIVER DAM

Lake Pedder, once a glacial outwash lake, is a man-made impoundment and diversion lake located in the southwest of Tasmania.

Photo: Oceana B&B

MAYDENA BIKE

Maydena Bike Park is a gravity-focused mountain bike park open now in Tasmania’s Derwent Valley.

Designed and built by renowned trail company, Dirt Art, our world-class trails will offer something for everyone, from families through to elite riders.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Kane Naaraat and Pinkbike.com

 

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

ABOVE AND BEYOND

Offering a number of scenic flights, luxury transfers and custom charters. Leaving guests feeling inspired and enriched.

Photo courtesy Above And Beyond

CASCADE FEMALE FACTORY

Discover the untold stories of Australia's female convicts and the Female Factory that was in operation in the 1800's.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Jonathan Wherrett

HERITAGE HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGES

Are you looking for a unique and memorable way to see Hobart? Take a horse and carriage ride.

Photo courtesy Heritage Horsedrawn Carriages

HISTORIC BATTERY POINT

Battery Point was settled in the earliest days of Hobart Town in the early 1800's, with winding streets, colonial architecture.

Photo: Oceana B&B

MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)

The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is the largest privately funded art museum in the Southern Hemisphere.

Photo courtesy MONA

REGIONAL

WEST COAST REGION

 
LAKE ST CLAIR NATIONAL PARK

Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Lake St Clair is every walker's dream.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Emilie Ristevski

THE ROUND EARTH COMPANY

The Round Earth Company is a professional Theatre Company that specialises in researching and telling local stories. At present we are operating principally in Strahan on the West Coast of Tasmania, resident at the Richard Davey Amphitheatre.  The Ship That Never Was is a live performance.   "IT IS AN EXCITING AND DYNAMIC DRAMATIC EXPERIENCE, NOT TO BE MISSED."
TIM BOWDEN, AUTHOR

Photo courtesy The Round Earth Company

THE WALL IN THE WILDERNESS

The Wall In The Wilderness is situated at Derwent Bridge in Tasmania’s Central Highlands, carved mostly from Huon Pine.

Photo courtesy The Wall in the Wilderness

WEST COAST WILDERNESS RAILWAY

The West Coast Wilderness Railway, Tasmania is a reconstruction of the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company railway.

Photo courtesy West Coast Wilderness Railway

GORDON RIVER CRUISES

Discover the natural wonders of Tasmania with a Gordon River Cruise, a key Strahan attraction.

Photo courtesy Gordon River Cruises

NORTH WEST REGION

 
STANLEY AND TABLE CAPE

Lovely old town. The north west coast is beautiful but windy. Spectacular views from Table Cape.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania & Andrew McIntosh, Ocean Photography

ANVERS CHOCOLATE FACTORY

The House Of Anvers for Handmade Belgian Chocolate 

Photo courtesy Anvers Chocolate Factory

CRADLE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK

Iconic Cradle Mountain is a place of exceptional natural beauty in the heart of Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. 

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Cultivate Productions

NORTHERN REGION

 
LAUNCESTON AND CATARACT GORGE

Launceston Cataract Gorge & First Basin - Launceston's own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes walk from the city centre.

Photo Credit: Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett

BRIDESTOWE LAVENDER FARM

We grow true French lavender, Lavandula angustifolia, the only variety suitable for use in perfume and cooking. 

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Luke Tscharke

DERBY-BLUE DERBY MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails is located in North-East Tasmania, encompassing some of the most stunning landscapes.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Kane Naaraat & Pinkbike.com

EAST COAST REGION

 
BINALONG BAY - BAY OF FIRES

Binalong Bay is a small coastal town in north-east Tasmania, situated at the southern end of the Bay of Fires.

Photo: Oceana B&B

FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK - WINEGLASS BAY

Freycinet National Park is home to dramatic pink granite peaks, secluded bays, white sandy beaches and abundant birdlife.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Matt Donovan

MARIA ISLAND

Maria Island is a natural wildlife sanctuary and off-shore retreat with historic ruins, sweeping bays, dramatic cliffs. 

Photo: Oceana B&B

TASMANIA - COME DOWN FOR AIR

Tasmania- Come Down for Air invites travellers to take a break from the stress and routine of their everyday lives. When everywhere can feel generic – our potential visitors are being encouraged to feel more human on an island of difference.I'm a paragraph.

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania and Jason Charles Hill

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Contact Us

Tel: 0418 121 155

Unit 2, 608 Oceana Drive, HOWRAH, Tasmania 7018

OCEANA B&B, HOWRAH, TASMANIA