Bicheno would have to be the most scenic town in all of Tasmania. The views along this coastline will take your breath away. Nestled around the monolyth 'Whale Watchers Lookout' Bicheno consists of turquoise waters, boulder edged coves, pristine white beaches, Governor Island Marine Park and Diamond Island.

Primarily being a fishing town fresh seafood is one of Bicheno's many drawcards along with its famous Penguin Tours, diving, glass bottom boat tours, golf course, good surf, safe beaches, restaurants and shops.

Conveniently located close to Freycinet National Park and The Douglas Apsley National Park and two hours from both Hobart and Launceston making Bicheno a premier holiday destination.

Wherever you are living or staying in Bicheno, you are never far away from this vast array of natuarally beautiful attractions and range of leisure activities on offer. Bicheno's aesthetic beauty, range of activities and friendly locals ensure home owners and holiday makers enjoy every day in this seaside gem.

If you are looking for a seachange or holiday home you will certainly be impressed by all Bicheno has to offer.