Scamander Beach Resort

Scamander Beach Resort is centrally located on the beautiful east coast of Tasmania where the beaches are pristine, the air is clean and the views are breathtaking. We are uniquely positioned overlooking the picturesque Scamander Beach and calm waters of the Scamander River. We welcome you to come and enjoy our beautiful surroundings as you relax during your stay.
Each of our ocean view and river view rooms have individual balconies overlooking the calm waters of the Scamander River or the pristine ocean, ready for you to unwind and watch the waves roll in. Our garden view rooms have direct access to a fenced children’s playing area in a serene garden setting.
The SandBar and Beaches Oceanview Eatery are open to the public 7 days a week, offering all-day snacks as well as lunch and dinner.‚Äč All of our meals are created in-house using Tasmanian-sourced local ingredients whenever possible. We have plenty of off street parking for those who are visiting.
Scamander is around a two-hour drive (135 kilometres/ 84 miles) east of Launceston.

Contact Details

158 Scamander Avenue
Scamander, 7215

6372 5255
info@scamanderbeachresort.com.au
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