Moonbird Beach Shack

Moonbird is a perfect base to explore the East Coast of Tasmania close the Bay of Fires, and St Helens MTB trails. Take long beach walks, surf, swim, or simply relax!
Our beach shack is a unique space to watch the yachts pass by from the comfort of our spacious deck or cosy living room. Stroll the untouched beach of Beaumaris, directly across the road from Moonbird.
Set up with the traveling family in mind accommodating up to four guests. Two bedrooms with queen beds, a bunk room for those traveling with children.
100% linen and cotton bedding and towels provided.
Moonbird offers the shack surf board to borrow for those traveling light and two yoga mats. The kitchen pantry includes, fresh milk, Villano coffee, a range of organic herbal and English breakfast teas, home made short bread, olive oil, Apple cider vinegar, Tasmanian pepper berries and sea salt.
Aspa botanical products to enhance your bath rituals and Tasmanian bath salts to soak tired limbs after a day of adventure.
Relax with your choice of music with our Marshall speaker, a board game, TV or Netflix.
Light the fire for a cosy winter break as you watch the moonrise over the sand dunes from the comfort curled up on the couch.
Or enjoy the fire pit in the back yard.
Enjoy, explore and relax

Contact Details

191 Tasman Highway
Beaumaris, 7215

0400 038 136
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