Triabunna

Petrol and Oil Restaurant, Licensed Restaurant or Hotel counter meals Refreshments Accommodation Camping Area Caravan Park Liquor Supplies Youth Hostel Public Toilets Boat Ramp BBQ Picnic Area Staffed Tasmanian Visitor Information Centre

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DISTANCES: Hobart 88Km, Port Arthur 146Km, Bicheno 94Km

Triabunna is a relaxing fishing village with a marina located in the sheltered harbour of Spring Bay.

It has traditionally been a centre for small industries with stock-keepers first settling in the 1820s. Other industries which have blossomed and then died out were whaling stations, sandstone quarries and tramways, the military garrison and the largest apple orchard in the southern hemisphere.

Triabunna is the base for many crayfish, fishing boats and a boat club.

The town also has a range of shopping facilities. The Maria Island ferry departs from Triabunna.

Visitor Information is available at Triabunna Visitor Centre in Charles Street,
Phone (03) 6257 4772.

WHAT TO SEE AND DO

Fishing and water sports, local historical walks, tea room and local craft shops, with many coastal reserves and walks nearby, bay and deep sea fishing can be arranged, visits by sea or air to Maria Island National Park, the wharf, horse riding, tennis, golf and lawn bowls available at Orford, 7 km south.

BBQ facilities and boat ramp at Charles St jetty area, adjacent to the Seafarer’s Memorial.

Pioneer Park area with all types of relics from scallop gear to stump-jump ploughs.