Sea Stacks – Shacks of the Denison

Imagine a place where you don’t wish to be anywhere else when you don’t wish for anything more than what you have at that moment. There is just peace.
This is what a Sea Stacks experience is – a simple moment that feels special and relaxing. It’s not about being fancy, or styled, contrived or being in the best circumstances. It’s about being present enough to see how great a simple moment is and be able to give that moment a name Sea Stacks.
Sea Stacks consist of three individual “Stacks”, FELDSPAR, featuring a copper kitchen and bathroom, MICA, featuring a brass kitchen and bathroom and QUARTZ, featuring stainless steel kitchen with a stone bathroom. All provide for self-catering, have wood fires, big luxury bathtubs and magnificent views. Wildlife is abundant in the area and the Stacks are situated on the bank of the Denison Rivulet overlooking the pristine white sands of the Denison Beach, just 10km north of Bicheno, Tasmania. Each stack provides sleeping for two adults in a king-size bed. A visit to Sea Stacks is truly unforgettable.

Contact Details

7 Deals Road
Douglas River, 7215

6375 1247
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