Things to do nearby

Marion Bay Beach.

Marion Bay Beach.

The local Bream Creek region has lots to see and do. Here are a few ideas (click on the text in bold to link to the website):

On the way...

Drop into Nonesuch Distillery, located a few km out of Sorell, where you can try some of their famous Sloe Gin.

Go for a picnic or walk on Marion Bay Beach.

In 2016, a viewing platform with interpretive panels was erected by members of the Marion Bay Coastcare and other volunteers from the local community in conjunction with MONA. It's a great place to visit, and for much of 2016 the shipwreck 'The Zephyr' was visible at low tide. Please respect the birdlife and ensure your dog is on a leash, except for in the "off lead" designated area (signs at the beach).

The Bream Creek Farmers Market.

The Bream Creek Farmers Market.

Visit the Bream Creek Farmers Market.

The Bream Creek Farmers Market is held on the first Sunday of the month at the Bream Creek Showground from 9am-1pm, you can access produce that has been grown or value-added in the local region. This fabulous, regular community event helps to support the Dunalley Primary School through fundraising events, as well as our local farmers. Make a day of it - pick up your weekly shopping, grab morning tea or lunch and stay and listen to our buskers, while relaxing at one of the picnic tables or on the oversize beanbags.

Restaurants and Cafes

The Bangor Wine and Oyster Shed is located a 15 minute drive south of Bream Creek. Access fresh oysters, local wine and other local produce. 

The Dunalley regular  in action.

The Dunalley regular  in action.

The Dunalley Waterfront Cafe and Gallery is located in Dunalley. It's open everyday except Tuesdays from 9am-4pm. Enjoy local seafood as well as wines from 2 local vineyards.

Grab the best fish and chips in Tasmania at the Fish Market in Dunalley. Located at 11 Fulham Rd, you can visit the museum and watch Sammy the Seal who is a regular at the wharf.

The Tasmanian Devil Un-Zoo

Cheeky Devils.

Cheeky Devils.

At the Unzoo, you’ll have face-to-face encounters with animals found nowhere else on earth, discover rare and beautiful Tasmanian plants in the Tasmanian Native Botanic Garden, see Tasmanian artworks in our galleries and have the chance to help save endangered Tasmanian devils on our Devil Tracker Adventure.

Fortescue Bay and The Three-Capes Track

Drive down the Peninsula and camp at Fortescue Bay, complete one or more of the Three Capes, and enjoy the stunning scenery in this fantastic part of the world.