Sandpiper Ocean Cottages

Address: 18546 Tasman Hwy, Bicheno, Tasmania, 7215, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 18546 Tasman Hwy, Bicheno.
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        • Beach


        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


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        Travel Blogs from Bicheno

        Wineglass Bay

        A travel blog entry by kathy9669 on Mar 30, 2015

        13 photos

        ... by the road having a sip of water from a puddle. It looked at the car for a few seconds. Confused. And then it finally wobbled away, back to the bushes. We all felt exhilarated and very satisfied with our wild wombat sighting. On the way back, wildlife were aplenty! Now know why there was so many road kill. As soon as light fades, animals were springing to life and on to the road! We had a few close shave but managed to avoid killing anything. ...

        The East Coast

        A travel blog entry by sjoyce007 on Dec 24, 2014

        11 photos

        ... the amusement of the others who all wanted to take pictures of it. The sand was made of fine silica, very white and cool on the feet. After this we drove back to St Helens and got food for tomorrow which is xmas day. We then drove to Bicheno to our accommodation followed by a seafood restaurant for dinner. In the evening Angela, Elizabeth and I went on a short night tour to see the Bicheno penguins. We were forbidden from taking our cameras but later it ...

        Tasmanian Devil

        A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 23, 2014

        31 photos

        Einen Tasmanischen Teufel in der freien Wildbahn zu sehen, war gerade zu aussichtslos, deswegen beschlossen wir spontan in ein Sanctunary zu gehen, wenn auch notgezwungen. Damit war der Teufel die einzige australische Tierspezies, die wir nicht in der Wildnis gesehen hatten (eigentlich kein schlechter Schnitt). Wie erwartet war es dann etwas traurig die Tierchen in den Gehegen zu sehen, die man vorher in meilenweiter Freiheit gesehen hatte (denn ...

        The City to the Sea for Safari Day 3

        A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 12, 2014

        51 photos

        ... lived about 20 minutes apart and always up for a ride if she could fit it in. Might be seeing more of Nieve when we get back home.

        The next harder section was a rocky trail, with larger rocks. Hit one larger one front on and you could have your bars wrenched out of your grip and your butt wrenched off your bike. Fortunately I like this technical stuff and found it fairly cruisey.

        Being at the back of the ...

        The rain has stopped and the sun has come out!

        A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Mar 30, 2014

        10 photos

        ... make friends, but they walked off. There were some baby peacocks too.

        We got back on the bus to drive to the Bay of Fires. On route, the driver stopped to show the grown-ups some wooden carvings at a place called Legerwood. These were very good because they had been carved into the trees. One even had a dog. We also stopped for a little walk to see another waterfall before stopping at ...