Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park

Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park offers self-contained accommodation and camping on the East Coast of Tasmania consisting of luxury Glamping Tents with shared amenities, fully self -contained Safari Tents that can sleep up to six people, caravan and camping sites. Just an hour south of Bay of Fires, and an hour north of Wineglass Bay, it’s the perfect accommodation base to explore the gems of the East Coast. The holiday park is a short 25 minutes north to St. Helens and 35 minute drive north to Binalong Bay. And head south for 40 minutes and you’ll get to Bicheno with the Penguin Tours and the wildlife park East Coast Nature World.
The surrounding area is peaceful and relaxing, making it a fantastic hub to explore the surrounding tourism attractions like the Bay of Fires and local vineyards and wildlife parks while being immersed in the natural beauty of Tasmania. You can hear the waves crashing from the accommodation and campsites and there are plenty of walks to enjoy at the park’s doorstep.
Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park is family and pet-friendly (not in safari tents or Glamping tents) and has fantastic facilities to make for a great stay

Contact Details

1 Winifred Drive
Scamander, 7215

6372 5311
stay@scamandersanctuary.com.au
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