White Sands Estate

White Sands Estate is a coastal resort located at Four Mile Creek on Tasmania’s east coast that a complete beachside holiday experience. Stay in one of the Estate’s self-contained Oceanview Villas, or indulge yourself in the luxury lodge, nestled beside the estate’s vineyard.

Enjoy fine Tasmanian cuisine in the Brewhaus Bar and Café accompanied by a selection of excellent Tasmanian wines, and taste craft beer and spirits made onsite in the Iron House Brewery and Distillery. Take a stroll in the grounds or on the private beach, and take advantage of the estate’s visitor activities, including the canoe lake, swimming pool, putting green and tennis courts.

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