Things to do

 
 
 

Shipsterns bluff

The home of Australian big wave surfing lies at the bottom of the Tasman Peninsula, just a 30min drive south from The Tin Lantern.

Wake up early and treat yourself to the raw immensity of one of the worlds largest waves, by walking to the Shipsterns Bluff lookout, or down to the waters edge if you're feeling fit.

Finish your walk off and enjoy a wood fired sauna & dip in the pond, at the Shipsterns trail head for a $5 donation. Click for more info.

 
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Shipsterns Bluff

On a 7.5m swell

wild oceans tasmania

Get whisker to whisker with super cute fur seals and other fascinating wildlife, above and below the water with local ocean custodians Damien & Susie.

Aboard their boat Ocean Prowler,  WOT will take you on an unprecedented coastal journey along the edge of Tasman Peninsula with the option to snorkel with wild marine animals in their natural environment. Book here.

 

cubed espresso & south roast

Enjoy Tasmania's only 5 star coffee (rated by Beanhunter) just a few minutes drive behind The Tin Lantern, at the Pirates Bay lookout. Roasted locally on the Tasman Peninsula and perfectly poured by Laurie and Fabienne inside their eco-friendly vintage caravan. You can also stock up on Cubed beans via their roastery South Roast and take them home! Check their opening hours here.

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