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EAST BEACH TOURIST PARK,
LOW HEAD,TASMANIA

Cnr of Gunn Parade & East Beach Road
Ph+61 (03) 6382 1000; 0455102444

 East Beach Tourist Park TASMANIA

Location is at historic Low Head Northern Tasmania (on east beach)



East Beach Tourist Park, Low Head, Tasmania 



Coordinates   


41:3:56.6 S   146:48:20.5 E


East Beach Tourist Park is located in Northern Tasmania on the eastern side of the Tamar River.


Travel along the East Tamar Highway towards George Town. Go straight ahead at the Bell Bay round-about and again at the George Town round-about. Follow the road for 5 kms to Low Head.


East Beach Tourist Park is located right on beautiful East Beach at historic Low Head. It is only 5 minutes from all the facilities and attraction that George Town and Low Head offers ...  but far enough away to enjoy the peace and tranquility in a natural setting. 


Just 40 mins from Launceston, East Beach Tourist Park is perfect for the tourist to set up base and explore the historic region ... and further afield. It is also ideal as a weekend escape for locals. 

East Beach Tourist Park travel map

Distances From Low Head

  • To the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal at Devonport is 107 kms via Frankford Hwy.
  • To the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal at Devonport is 198 kms via Launceston
  • To Launceston is 53 kms.
  • To the fishing village of Bridport is 60 kms.
  • To Lilydale falls via the E Tamar Hwy/A8 is 51 kms.
  • To  the Bridstowe Lavender Farm  is 63 kms.

  • 40 Gunn Parade, Low Head, Tasmania
     



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