Jul
20
2012

Port Sorell

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Looking for a quiet getaway? You may want to make a beeline for the seaside town of Port Sorell.

Located just a stone’s throw from Devonport, this seafaring town is often overlooked by tourist who are keen to see the state’s main attractions.

However, it is still a popular holiday destination among locals who are keen to getaway from the hustle and bustle of city living to relax on the coast.

With white sandy dunes, fantastic fishing spots and a top of the line golf course, you will find something for people of all ages.

It is also a great place to gain new appreciation of the simple things in life such as taking a walk along the picturesque foreshore or snacking on a mean of fish and chips with friends.

And with some of the best views in Tasmania, Port Sorell is a popular destination among artists and photographers wanting to reconnect with nature.

Families will benefit from the child-friendly activities including mountain biking, bushwalking and swimming in summer.

There are also a number of wildlife parks nearby, which make for a fun outing when you have little kids to entertain and keep amused during school holidays or family vacations.

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  • Peter Button says:

    For those visitors and locals who are interested in great food, Tranquilles Bed and Breakfast at Port Sorell have just opened up their Cooking School. Check the Cooking School link on the website to see what classes are currently available, or you can call Peter or Cathy direct on 03 6428 7555.

    This is great news for those who are keen to add a cooking class to their Tassie holdiay experience.

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