Three Beaches

chic Huon Valley Tasmania eco home just a moment from the beach
Eggs and Bacon Bay beach Huon Valley Tasmania top beaches

Top Things to Do In Tasmania's Huon Valley

The Monument rock formation by Bruny Island Cruises boat
Families enjoying Cygnet Conservatory Cafe in Tasmania's Huon Valley
Huon Valley's Fanny Cochrane-Smith makes the only recording of Tasmanian Aboriginal song & speech in existence in the world

What to do on bruny island - day tour

Bruny Island is a haven for foodies & popular tourist destination for its pristine scenery, historic quirks & unique wildlife - the world’s only white wallabies are found here. Starting with the Bruny Island ferry, stunning water views wherever you go are almost mandatory & visitors can find boutique cheeseries (Grandvewe & Bruny Island Cheese Co have some of the best award-winning cheese in the world), oysters, honey, chocolate, beer, wine, whisky & many other delights...

Best Beaches Huon Valley Tasmania

Tasmania beaches are clean, unspoiled, uncrowded & among the best Tasmania attractions. This is your go-to guide for the best beaches in the Huon Valley Tasmania. We are rather spoiled for choice with secluded, pristine beaches which are gorgeous by day & can be even more spectacular at night when you catch the Aurora Australis otherwise known as the Southern Lights! In fact, the Huon Valley has the BEST beaches for viewing this spectacular natural phenomenon due to its position...

Amazing Huon Valley People - Fanny Smith

The Huon Valley Tasmania was a site of key Australian Aboriginal historical & cultural significance in 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages, due to one of its most notable inhabitants Fanny Cochrane Smith. Fanny, pictured singing into the phoograph above, lived in Nicholls Rivulet near Cygnet & was recognised by the Tasmanian government in 1889 as the last surviving Tasmanian Aboriginal. In 1899 she made the ONLY recording of Tasmanian Aboriginal song...

Tasmania with kids -Top Kids' Cafes Huon Valley

Described by travel 'bible' the Lonely Planet as a 'Gourmet's Paradise', Tasmania's fresh produce is known as world class. The fertile Huon Valley is one of the nation's most delicious food bowls & if you are visitng southern Tasmania with kids, you will be pleased to find it is something of a mecca for artisan producers & growers. Those embarking on a Tasmania family holiday will love these top child friendly places to visit in Tasmania, welcoming them with their locally grown, fresh Huon Valley gourmet...