Places Nearby

We’ve put together a list of places of interest and travelling times from Hamptons

  • Barilla Bay Oysters 107km (1h22min) Oyster farm tours. Will pack oysters for airline travel
  • Ben Lomond National Park 176km (2h39min) via B34 and N1 Alpine plateau over 1500 metres high
  • Binalong Bay – Bay of Fires 153km (2h7min) The name refers to Aboriginal fires seen along the coastline by Captain Tobias Furneaux when he sailed past in 1773
  • Bicheno 55km (45min) A family seaside holiday town
  • Bruny Island 207km (3h38min) A retreat for many rare and endangered plants and animals and home to fine artisanal cheese and chocolates
  • Cadbury Chocolate 125km (1h35min) Visitor Centre, no tours are provided
  • Campbell Town 80km (1h2min) Full of colonial history. Take a self guided tour. Head east for trout fishing at Lake Leake
  • Try some hand-made cheeses at the Wicked Cheese Company 102km (1h16min) in Richmond
  • Coles Bay 70km (55min) Situated beneath stunning sheer pink granite mountains, it is the ideal location for swimming, boating, kayaking and fishing
  • Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park 265km (3h27min) Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness Area. The surrounding landscape is diverse and includes grassland, rainforest and ancient plants. Visit a Tasmanian Devil sanctuary
  • Devonport 227km (2h39min) Located on the Mersey River and the Bass Strait coast, Devonport enjoys river, ocean and mountain views and is close to some of Tasmania’s best natural places, including stunning Cradle Mountain
  • Douglas-Apsley National Park via Bicheno 55km (45min) Camping is permitted near the Apsley Waterhole. For those walking the Leeaberra Track there are remote bush campsites near Heritage Falls and Tevelein Falls, both on the Douglas River
  • Freycinet Marine Farm 62km (48min) Oysters, mussels, scallops, abalone and rocklobster harvested fresh daily
  • Freycinet National Park 45km (37min) Freycinet National Park is loaded with natural assets, including the pink granite peaks of the Hazards Range that dominate the Peninsula and the iconic Wineglass Bay
  • Great Western Tiers 180km (2h7min) Experience a day walk in Tasmania’s magnificent old growth forests and alpine wilderness
  • Hobart 123km (1h37min) Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city and the second oldest capital in Australia, after Sydney. Offering a blend of heritage, scenery and culture, with world class activities and attractions nearby. Lonely Planet has called Hobart one of the top ten spots to visit in the world right now
  • Hobart International Airport 107km (1h24min)
  • Iron House Brewery 94km (1h14min)
  • Fish for Trout at Lake Leake 55km (1h)
  • Launceston Airport 134km (1h40min)
  • Launceston City & Tamar Valley 147km (1h51min) Launceston is Tasmania’s second major city and a vibrant hub for food and wine, culture and nature
  • Maria Island Ferry via Triabunna 38km (34min) plus ferry (30min) Take one of the propular walks – Painted Cliffs, Fossil Cliffs, Convict Reservoir, Mt Bishop & Clerk, Mt Maria, French’s Farm, Encampment Cove
  • Melshell Oysters 26km (24min) Premium Oysters for sale open daily 10am to 4pm
  • Orford 45km (34min) Orford lies at the mouth of the Prosser River, opposite beautiful Maria Island, making it a perfect base for exploring the Maria Island National Park and its surrounding marine reserve
  • Port Arthur 166km (2h8min) Port Arthur is a quaint village best known for the well-preserved penal colony buildings of the nearby Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Famous for its milk and cheese Pyengana 158km (2h9min)
  • Richmond 98km (1h16min) Richmond is a picture-perfect town in the heart of the Coal River Valley wine region that tells the story of an early Australian colonial village. For afternoon tea visit the Maze and Tearooms
  • Salamanca Markets – Hobart 123km (1h37min) Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of Australia’s best outdoor market
  • Schouten Island via Coles Bay 70km (55min) Schouten Island is an isolated paradise which is fantastic for snorkelling, canoeing and camping. There is no ferry service
  • Visit Sorrell Fruit Farm 99km (1h15min)
  • St Helens 131km (1h45min) St Helens is the largest town on Tasmania’s North-East Coast and just a few kilometres away from Binalong Bay and the southern end of the beautiful beaches of the Bay of Fires, one of Lonely Planet’s top 10 regions in the world. Or visit the Blue Tier
  • Strahan 390km (5h2min) Nestled on the shores of massive Macquarie Harbour, Strahan is the gateway to the World Heritage listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
  • Swansea 12km (10min) Swansea is simply a relaxing place, where time moves slowly and nature sets the scene. Take some time to enjoy the local seafood.
  • Triabunna 38km (10min) The waters off Triabunna are also among the best temperate dive sites in the world, with beautiful kelp forests and coral reefs to explore. Fishing and sailing are also popular aquatic activities
  • Trout Fishing Tours 134km (1h41min)
  • For a gourmet adventure, seek out one of Tasmania’s truffle farms Perigord Truffles in Grove156km (2h9min); Tasmanian Truffles227km (2h39min). Harvest July to September
  • Wineglass Bay 75km (1h2min) Follow a steep but well-designed ascent to the iconic view from Wineglass Bay Lookout, and if you find it too steep then drive to Cape Tourville with its easy boardwalk for cliff top coastal views
  • Whisky Tours 122km (1h34min) from Hobart
  • Wine Tasmania Darlington Vineyard 45km (35min)Devil’s Corner 37km (30min), Freycinet Vineyard 38km (32min), Gala Estate 28km (22min), Kelvedon Estate (no cellar door), Milton Vineyard 25km (20min), Priory Ridge Wines 136km (1h51min), Spring Vale Vineyards 25km (20min)

All travel times and distances are approximate and should only be used as a guide.