100 year old Waterfront, 3 bedroom, fully restored Homestead.

100 year old Waterfront, 3 bedroom, fully restored Homestead.

Tony & Kathy

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovingly restored, absolute waterfront home with the aim of retaining its original charm. On those cool Tasmanian evenings enjoy the real log fire over a glass of local wine, enjoy the views over the tranquil bay from the verandah and spot the wildlife foraging on the lawn.
A small fishing village with facilities including, Post Office, General Store, Fresh Fish Market and Bakery (with their farmhouse Scollop Pies). Take advantage of the nearby Waterfront Cafe or the Historic Dunalley Hotel.


More about us

  1. We are retired but run a bread and breakfast for part of the year.

  2. Having lived in the sub tropics of Australia we now find the cooler climes of Tasmania more welcome.

  3. We have traveled through several countries on push bikes and enjoy meeting people.


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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Dunalley Waterfront Cafe
Cool bars
Historic Dunalley Hotel for a hearty meal and a chance to meet the locals.
Cozy cafés
Dunalley Seafood Restaurant for the fresh fish and oysters.
Bit of culture
Abel Tasman sailed into Dunalley in 1642. First european to see Australia.
Walks in the park
Spectacular cliff top walks and deserted beaches.
Spot of exercise
Perfect for bike riding on deserted sea side roads. Kayak and fish in the 10k long bay.
Day tripping
The old convict settlement at Port Arthur is the most visited site in Tasmania. Spectacular boat ride along the base of the highest cliffs in the southern hemisphere with dolphins, seals, whales and albatross for company.

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