We are located in the Far South region of Tasmania, which is known for its natural beauty and here you'll find clean blue waters, white beaches, rainforest and majestic mountain ranges. Situated on a 43 acre property at the end of a quiet road you are surrounded by natural bushland, fauna and flora. Birdwatchers can see yellow-tailed black cockatoos, New Holland honey-eaters, swift parrots, white-bellied sea eagles and many more. Stroll along the foreshore or the rocks collecting oysters, drop fishing from our jetty our enjoy a walk through the state forests. on the stunning beaches or a visit to any of the nearby attractions. Pushbikes and a canoe are available for your enjoyment, explore unique bushwalking tracks from the property; head to the Duckhole reserve or take the views of the Lune River and southern ranges. Hastings Bay is nestled in the foothills of Adams Peak and close to the South West national park; wilderness at your doorstep.

Walks:
Choose from many walks that take you through the magnificent nature this regions as to offer. A few examples of good walks nearby are the following:
-Lake Esperance                        -Waratah Lookout                   
-Duckhole Lake                          -Southport Bluff Beach
-South Cape Bay                        -Adamson's Peak
-Fishers Point                            -Adamson's Falls               
-Hartz Peak                               -Pigsty Bridge             
-Lake Osbourne                          -Garrett's Night
-Arve Falls                                 -Cockle Creek

Wildlife:
The land is home to abundant wildlife, including frogs, bandicoots, potoroos, possums, wallabies, Tasmanian Devils, echidnas and wombats to name a few. Other native bird species that can be seen include Tawny Frogmouth, Kookaburra, Superb Fairy Wren and native hen. 

Nearby Attractions:
-Hasting caves and thermal pool
-Ida Bay Railway
-Lunaris Gemstones
-St Imre Vineyard