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Triabunna

Triabunna, the gateway to Maria Island National Park, is a short drive from Orford. This is a town rich in local history that offers a range of great coastal holiday experiences.

From Triabunna’s marina, you can join a cruise to Maria Island, board a fishing or sightseeing charter in the Mercury Passage, or go sailing or boating in Spring Bay. This part of the coast is a prime fishing area, and Triabunna is well known for its delicious, locally-caught fish and chips. Buy some to enjoy al fresco as you watch boats come and go, and make sure you visit a local seafood producer to sample fresh blue mussels and scallops, grown in the east coast’s deep, cold offshore waters.

There are several walks in and around Triabunna—explore the area’s beautiful beaches or take a stroll in the nearby coastal reserves, including Pelican Walk, which begins near the marina. Take the self-guided Discovery Walk from the Triabunna Visitor Centre to see the town’s preserved convict-era buildings, visit the Tasmanian Seafarers Memorial, and browse the town’s shops and galleries. Or, simply relax with a coffee and snack in a welcoming cafe.

Maria Island National Park is a short boat journey from Triabunna. Take a day or more to visit this extraordinary island, which combines World Heritage-listed convict history with abundant native wildlife and diverse natural landscapes.

East Coast Cruises

East Coast Cruises is a cruise, tour & ferry company operating to Maria Island National Park, on Tasmania’s stunning East Coast. Our vessel SPIRIT OF MARIA is a fast and comfortable ferry and cruise vessel, taking only 30 minutes to reach Maria Island from the port of Triabunna. East Coast Cruises is also the only company to operate cruise & tours to the Eastern side of Maria Island and Ile Des Phoques. Awarded 5-stars on Tripadvisor, our cruise tour “One Day on Maria” will showcase the very best of Maria Island in one day.

Encounter Maria Island

Encounter Maria Island is the official ferry operator to and from Maria Island. Maria Island is only about 30 minutes from Triabunna, but about as far from ordinary as you can imagine. Rich in indigenous and European history, abundant in wildlife, boasting spectacular views and remarkable geological features, the whole of Maria Island is a National Park, managed by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Leave your ordinary world behind and experience something extraordinary – encounter Maria Island.

 Book online at www.encountermaria.com.au

 

 

Spring Bay Hotel

Historic Hotel situated at the Marina in the quaint fishing village of Triabunna. Family owned and operated for over 26 years. Offering Public Bar 7 days, evening meals Monday – Saturday, Take away bottle sales and Accommodation. Specialising in Tasmanian Wines at competitive Cellar Door prices. On the doorstep to Maria Island Ferry. A quality hospitality experience on the coast, “Old fun Pubs still exist”

Spring Bay Studio and Gallery

The Spring Bay Studio and Gallery is a Community Visual Arts Organisation on the marina in Triabunna. The organisation has been developed to cater to the need of local artists wishing to be involved in an active and engaged group. The Artists usually focus on a large project reflecting the stories of Spring Bay and the surrounding area. The work culminates in an exhibition during the month of January each year,  with additional involvement in other events, when they fall.

The Studio and Gallery is open to visitors every Monday between 9.30 to 1pm  during the year.   Watch this site for future advertised openings and exhibitions. For membership enquiries:

  •  phone Sue Nettlefold: 0429326780 or  62571028
  • email: sue@nettlefold.net
  • Spring Bay Studio and Gallery Facebook
  • 17 The Esplanade, Triabunna. 7190

Tasmania I Drive

Private and customised tours throughout Tasmania for small groups of up to 6 Persons. Tasmania I Drive is about flexibility while touring at an unhurried pace. Itineraries are made to suit. You will be driving in a comfortable 4 WD Vehicle with leather seats and a fridge on board to keep any purchase cool along the way.

Tasmania
0421 250 479
info@tasmaniaidrive.com   W www.tasmaniaidrive.com

The Fish Van

Fresh & Cooked local seafood. Real bean coffee, cold drinks. Try our home-made fish patties & potato cakes. We use cholesterol free oil.

Dec.2013 to April 2014. Trading 7 Days 11am – 7pm

The Village

The Village is a community based organisation under the auspices of the Eastcoast Regional Development Organisation Inc (ERDO), established to develop a range of enterprise, educational, arts and environmental projects that will lead to a self sustaining model, connecting young people to the broader community and impacting on many areas of community life. Current Projects include Community Market, Paper Making Studio, Art Gallery, Art ,craft & music workshops, Performance venue for music and drama events, Demonstration gardens/landscaping with drought tolerant native species in partnership with Pulchella Nursery, Community gardens, Remembrance Garden, Peace Garden & Peace Pole, Literacy Clinic ( funded through Communities for Children), Men & Boys Program ( funded through Communities for Children, Connecting our Aboriginal Families ( funded through Communities for Children) & France to Freycinet Festival.

20 Melbourne Street Triabunna
Tom Teniswood (President ERDO) (03) 6257 7583
webmaster@triabunnavillage.com.au   W triabunnavillage.weebly.com

Triabunna IGA Supermarket & Newsagency

We are a full service Supermarket and Newsagency, we offer free local home delivery and deliveries to the wharf, Travelling to Maria Island drop in pick up your supplies, large orders please phone or email your orders up to a week in advance and we will gladly have the orders ready for you. Great Hot Chooks all year round. Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Hours 8am – 6pm 364 days a year
Christmas Day 8am – 11am

24 Vicary Street, Triabunna Tas 7190
03 6257 3227
mikesiga@bigpond.com

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