On your way to our Chalet, you pass by Margate, which houses the famous Margate Train - formerly known as the Tasman Limited. The Margate train is Tasmania’s last passenger train. The restored railway carriages of the Margate Train now house a range of businesses including arts and crafts, a specialist book exchange, restaurant and cafe. Most try the infamous pancakes in the train cabin?
Adjacent to the train, you can also visit the Inverawe Native Gardens, Tasmania's largest native landscaped garden. Do visit Nandroya Vineyard, and have a taste of their popular Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.
Enjoy your morning or afternoon break at Jam & Bread, a quaint café for a cup of tea/coffee with delicious homemade cakes and snacks.
North West Bay Golf Club overlooks beautiful North West Bay in southern Tasmania. The 18 hole golf course features wonderfully scenic views.
Channel Heritage Museum Explore the Past! The Channel Heritage Museum aims to promote and preserve the history of the Channel area from Margate south to Gordon. The museum covers home, community and industrial life of the area. Experience a real-life recreation of early Tasmanian kitchen, bedroom and wash house. A library featuring photos, cuttings books and documents are available for historical reference and family research.