We spent the Queens Birthday long weekend at Eagles Rise. There are several units, all well built, cosy and with excellent amenities. The surrounds are blissfully quiet, with abundant habitat for the local animals. We walked along the beach with its fascinating rock formations, and white sand then carried on for a 13km hike in the adjacent Rocky Cape National Park enjoying the Heath, Doone Waterfall, and Anniversary Point and Bay. This is very fine walking as was the hike at the other end of the park from Burgess Bay that takes in Cathedral Rocks. The views and wildflowers were magnificent even as we enter winter. We highly recommend Eagles Rise and the wonderful walking and sight seeing opportunities offered by staying at Sisters Beach.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eagles Rise Tasmania is the perfect retreat offering four, self-contained cottages in a natural, bushland setting adjoining the Rocky Cape National Park and within walking distance of beautiful Sisters Beach in NW Tasmania. This Christian retreat property is ideal for families, couples, singles, small groups on spiritual retreats. Two of the cottages are quite large, each with three bedrooms. The other two are smaller with two bedrooms. One of the cottages has a large living area and is equipped with sufficient crockery, cutlery, tables and chairs for groups of up to 20 to meet and dine together while sleeping in all four cottages. ... more less
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