Explore the Huon Valley

Discover the best of the Huon Valley

Welcome to the Huon Valley, Tasmania’s hidden gem! Our stunning region is full of natural beauty, rich history, and exciting activities for all ages. Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or a taste of local culture, the Huon Valley has something to offer. As a guest of our boutique accommodation, you’ll be perfectly situated to explore the best of what the region has to offer.

From pristine wilderness to award-winning wineries, charming villages to vibrant festivals, there’s never a dull moment in the Huon Valley. Check out our top attractions below and The Huon Valley website and start planning your unforgettable trip today!

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Hartz Mountain National Park


Hartz Mountain National Park offers spectacular alpine scenery and hiking trails for all levels. Explore the rugged landscape, glacial lakes, and unique plant and animal species. It’s a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

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Cockle Creek - drive to the end of the road


Cockle Creek in the Huon Valley offers a remote paradise at Australia’s southernmost driving point. Experience stunning beaches, forested landscapes, and the beauty of Recherche Bay. Embark on scenic walks like the South Coast Track and South Cape Bay Walk – looking out beyond here is only ocean and Antarctica. This was once a settlement of more than 2000 residents, it was also the site of four whaling stations, a bloody history that’s commemorated in a large bronze whale sculpture at Adams Point. Find solitude and natural splendour in this breathtaking destination visit the end of the road.

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Hastings Caves


Hastings Caves are a natural wonder of the Huon Valley. Explore the limestone caves, underground streams and rock formations on a guided tour. Relax in the thermal springs pool, set in a peaceful forest, and discover the unique flora and fauna of the area.

Getting there

Tahune Airwalk


Tahune Airwalk is an iconic attraction in the Huon Valley. Walk through the treetops on a suspended walkway and witness stunning views of the Huon River and surrounding forest. Experience the thrill of the swinging bridges, take a guided tour or a river cruise, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Tasmania’s wilderness.

Getting there