St Paul's River Cabins provide self-contained accommodation near Avoca in the central north-east of Tasmania. Rise at daybreak and walk a few steps to your own private fishing spot.
The timber cabins are spacious, light and modern. Each cabin has two bedrooms and can sleep up to six guests. There is an open-plan kitchen and living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern amenities. There are beautiful timber floors and a spacious veranda to enjoy the sweeping views.
Arrange for a guided fishing tour of nearby rivers or the central lakes. Enjoy the seclusion and for licensed anglers, simply wander down to the water's edge and cast a line. Located in the heart of St Paul's Valley, go for a morning walk and enjoy the fresh country air. Be spoilt with fresh farm eggs and fruits from the orchard when in season. A range of wines and spirits is also available on request. Forty-minutes' drive away, through an impressive highland pass, are the beaches and national parks of the north-east coast. Choose to bushwalk, swim, surf or charter a vessel for some excellent game fishing.
Avoca is one-hour drive (81 kilometres/50 miles) from central Launceston.
Nestled amongst the picturesque vineyard and olive grove, eco-luxe @ Mount Avoca blends a balance of luxury with an eco-sensibility, perfect for couples and romantic getaways.
As with Mount Avoca's outstanding wines, eco-luxe is a delightful mix of elegance and style. Tranquillity is key in these three beautiful self contained lodges with large picture windows overlooking the magnificent backdrop of Mount Avoca and the Pyrenees Range set the tone to recharge and unwind.
The generous living spaces open onto private balconies, the perfect spot to watch the sunset over the vineyard with a glass of wine or enjoy a book from the family's private collection gracing the bookshelves. Luxuriously appointed king bedrooms feature beautiful linen and overlook vines, as do the travertine lined spa bathrooms. A second bedroom offers bunk beds for two.
A large living area with kitchenette opens onto a balcony with views of the Pyrenees Ranges. Wall to wall windows offer postcard views from both the bedroom and living room. The bathroom is decadent; featuring a shower, spa-bath and shines with natural light.
Luxurious by nature, eco-luxe also reflects the vineyards' environmental values. Architecturally designed to maximise passive heating and cooling, eco-friendly materials minimise the carbon foot-print. Cladding is plantation grown native Australian Cypress-pine while floors are native spotted gum. Each lodge has its own water tank and biological sewerage treatment.
Call during business hours or book online to enjoy unlimited tranquillity in this perfect corner of Victoria.
This is your home away from home with a friendly family atmosphere. Our motel is a family run business. We are ideally situated beside Sugarland which is one of Bundaberg's major shopping centres and we're straight across the road from Brothers Sports Club where you can enjoy a lovely meal, have a few drinks and don't have to worry about driving home. Our units are off the road so there is no traffic noise.
BIG 4 Cane Village is set amidst beautiful gardens, sandfly free, quiet and secure and within walking distance to Sugarlands shopping centre, a sports club, tavern and night club, bowling club, cinema and there is a bus stop opposite to venture into the Central Business District just five kilometres away.
They offer cabin accommodation, powered and unpowered sites. The Park has two camp kitchens with barbecues, ample seating and all facilities including televisions, microwaves and fridges. You can take a refreshing dip in their in-ground salt water pool or relax in the pool lounges with your favourite book. A small playground is available for the little ones to enjoy beside their shaded top camp kitchen and barbecue area.
Blue Pyrenees Estate was established in 1963 and was among the modern Australian wine industry's first ventures into cool climate viticulture. Originally called Chateau Remy, Blue Pyrenees was established by the French Remy Martin, the subsequent owners of the great champagne houses of Krug and Piper Heidsieck.
Today, Blue Pyrenees is 100 per cent Australian owned and is led by chief Executive Officer and Chief Winemaker Andrew Koerner. Proud of the fact that all of their wines are made from grapes grown in their vineyards and produced in their estate winery, Blue Pyrenees Estate are committed to making authentic, world class quality estate wines that truly offer affordable luxury.
Visit Blue Pyrenees Estate's cellar door to taste their award winning range of Sparkling, Red and White table wines, or to enjoy a glass matched with some fresh local produce. Open seven days, with light lunches available each day.
For further information, please contact Blue Pyrenees Estate or view their website....
The tranquillity of the venue on the grassy banks of the Avoca River adds to the enjoyment of meandering around the Riverside Market.
Browse stalls providing a variety of goods including wine, crafts, fresh food, plants, garden care and clothing.
Held on the fourth Sunday of every month....
Avoca is one of the first suburbs you will drive through as you enter from the Bruce Highway into Bundaberg. It has one of the region's main shopping precincts with Sugarland Shoppingtown representing many of the larger retailers. There is also Reading Cinemas and a host of other stores along the Takalvan Street strip as you enter the city. ...
Opening on 25 September, you are invited to walk down memory lane and explore the pictorial history of the past sporting heroes of the Avoca and Rossarden District.
See the inventions first created at Bona Vista and the Avoca Racing Track that were copied and then used all around Australia and then the world.
Recall the Avoca Roo Shoot that sparked bitter public debate in the 1960s.
On display: original trophies, uniforms and memorabilia.
Come and enjoy the Avoca Spring Festival and see this amazing exhibition of the many sporting events enjoyed in the district and where several residents went on to achieve fame in their field.
Presented by the Avoca Museum and Information Centre....
At Hedon Farm fine Pyrenees wines are available for sale by the glass, bottle or case, as well as boutique accommodation.
The cottage was built c.1865 by Edwin H. Mackereth who came to Australia, firstly, in search of gold. Vines were planted in the 1880's and he supplied award winning wines to the town. One vine remains. Current vines were planted by Mt Avoca Winery.
Restoration of the original cottage started six years ago and since completion is enjoyed as a venue for car rallies, events and weekend stays.
Accommodation includes two bedrooms , new bathroom (one toilet), living room / dining area (OFP). Original kitchen - no oven - includes microwave oven and hotplates. Outside are barbecues and an open-fire pit (fire restrictions apply). Sleeping around the fire pit can be arranged.
So pretty in autumn and spring, sensational at night. Only two kilometres from High Street, Hedon Farm offers a country experience enhanced by an overnight stay in a cottage (with good hamper breakfast) which is steeped in local history....