Seaview Holiday Park

Seaview Holiday Park provides self-contained family units, Backpacker dormitory-style accommodation plus powered and unpowered campsites in Bicheno, on Tasmania’s East Coast.
The holiday accommodation is ideal for singles, couples, families and campers. Choose from self-contained units or bunk accommodation, as well as powered and un-powered sites with stunning views of the coast.
There are seven self-contained units catering for travellers, including wheelchair accessible accommodation.
Choose to in a self contained unit or one of five bunk-rooms which accommodate four to eight guests. The units each have dining settings and campers/bunkers have access to a shared kitchen facility, television room, and indoor/outdoor sitting areas. All guests have access to a shared laundry, barbecue and tennis court.
Seaview Holiday Park is just a couple of minutes walk from the beach and village shops.
Take a glass bottom boat tour in the sheltered waters of Bicheno’s marine park or drive half an hour to Freycinet National Park, home to stunning Wineglass Bay.
As the gateway to Freycinet and Douglas Apsley National Parks, Bicheno is just over a two-hour drive east of Launceston (174 km).

Contact Details

29 Banksia Street
Bicheno, 7215

6375 1247
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