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Cod Rock Point – three beautiful homes on Bicheno’s spectacular coastline, midway along Tasmania’s Great Eastern Drive. Only a couple of hours drive from Hobart or Launceston, it’s a place to revive your soul, explore the amazing scenery, wildlife and produce of the East Coast.

The Nook and The Lookout have King beds, sleeping up to 2 guests. The House sleeps up to 4, having two King bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with the second bedroom available as twin beds. All 3 properties have free wifi, laundry, bbq, private patios and well-equipped kitchens.

Set among native coastal bush, you might also encounter one of our resident Little Penguins during your stay!

Redbill Beach, Waub’s Bay and the amenities of town are a short walk along the Foreshore Footway, and within 40 minutes’ drive you can be hiking at Freycinet National Park, shucking oysters at the Marine Farm, or sipping wine from one of the many local cellar doors.

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark Golf Course Laundry Non Smoking Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture

Internet Access

Free Wifi

Membership

Accommodation Association of Australia

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Clean Practicing Business

Rates

From AU$270.00

Prices based on 2 persons sharing one bedroom. A small surcharge of $45 per extra person per night applies at The House which offers 2 bedrooms.
Lower rates for stays over 3 and 4 nights in all three properties – The Nook, The House and The Lookout.

Trading Times

Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am

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