White Sands Estate

White Sands Resort provides self-contained accommodation at Iron House Point on Tasmania’s scenic East Coast. The beachfront property is located between St Helens and Bicheno.
Choose from standard or deluxe rooms in two or three-bedroom villas. Standard villas have a fully-equipped kitchen, spacious living area and balconies to enjoy sweeping views. Deluxe villas have luxurious furnishings and fully-equipped kitchen including a dishwasher. A large deck with outdoor setting is ideal for enjoying a family barbecue. The 80-hectare (200 acre) property also has a five-bedroom lodge and fully licensed restaurant.
Spend the day relaxing on the private, secluded beach or book a fishing charter and enjoy excellent coastal fishing. If you are keen to catch a trout, hire a rod and try your luck in the well-stocked trout lake. Children can enjoy swimming in the White Sands Resort pool or taking a canoe out onto the lake. Enjoy fine Tasmanian cuisine at the resort’s restaurant and bar. Dine alfresco style on a large deck overlooking the stunning coastline. White Sands Resort is within easy driving distance to Wineglass Bay at Freycinet National Park, Douglas Apsley National Park, Maria Island and Bicheno.
Iron House Point is a 1.5 hours’ drive from Launceston.

Contact Details

21554 Tasman Highway
Four Mile Creek, 7215

6372 2228
admin@white-sands.com.au
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