Low Head Pilot Station – unique accommodation in Tamar Valley
A unique and historical precinct situated at the entry of the Tamar River in Northern Tasmania just 40 minutes drive from Launceston.
Low Head Pilot Station is located in Northern Tasmania on the eastern side of the Tamar River adjacent to Pilot Bay.
Travel along the East Tamar Highway towards George Town. Go straight ahead at the Bell Bay round-about and again at the George Town round-about. Follow the road for 5 kms to Low Head.
The Low Head Conservation Area is the oldest Pilot and Signal Station in Australia and has run continuously since 1833. Offering a diverse range of 19th century buildings overlooking Bass Strait, this charming precinct is a haven of tranquillity and serenity surrounded by pristine beaches and magnificent views.
Escape and relax in one of 9 newly renovated self-contained cottages whether it be the whole family, a romantic retreat or a group getaway.
This is a wonderful base from which to explore the nearby Tamar Valley wineries, Seahorse World and Platypus House at Beauty Point, Bridestowe Lavender Farm and only 40 minutes drive along the coast to Bridport where golf lovers can enjoy two of the best links golf courses in Australia – Lost Farm and Barnbougle Dunes.
Your accommodation options include:
Queenslander – 4 bedrooms sleeps 8
Lightkeepers – 3 bedrooms sleeps 9 (including sun room and sofa beds)
Boatcrew (East) and (West) – both sleep 2
Boatmans – sleeps 6 and Boatmans West – sleeps 5
Schoolhouse – sleeps 6
Pilots Cottage – 5 bedrooms sleeps 9
Coxswains – 4 bedrooms sleeps 9
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