Bicheno Blue Holiday Home

Unpack, relax and make yourself at home in this stylish, comfortable house.

A well appointed kitchen and generous open plan living spaces makes Bicheno Blue a delight to return to.

Outdoor shower and dining area make for easy entertaining, our property is equipped for family, friends & children.
A well appointed kitchen and generous open plan living spaces makes Bicheno Blue a delight to return to.

Play games, complete puzzles or just enjoy the family friendly enclosed yard with a ball! Free Wifi is available for guests with details provided in the guest book. We have a smart TV with Netflix for the evening wind down.

Relax with a book on the generous sun drenched front deck (with outdoor setting and BBQ), watch the kids play in the backyard – cook up a storm on the barbeque whilst listing to your favourite tunes on the bluetooth speaker provided.

Back from the beach, dust the sand off your feet and enjoy a hot outdoor shower before settling in to relax in the well appointed lounge room. Cozy up by the wood fire in winter, with everything provided for a warm and snuggly night.

Walk up to the Penguin Tours just up the road which are absolutely fantastic over the winter months. Interactive tours with friendly guides and inquisitive penguins.

Contact Details

66 Tasman Highway
Bicheno, 7215

0408 547 966
info@72ec.com.au
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