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King Island Accommodation Cottages
King Island Accommodation Cottages
3.5 out of 5
149 The Esplanade, Naracoopa, TAS

King Island Accommodation Cottages: Business-friendly cottage with free WiFi and free parking. Located by the ocean.

4.3/5Excellent! (6 reviews)
King Island Accommodation Cottages
Island Breeze Motel
Island Breeze Motel
3 out of 5
95 Main Street, Currie, TAS

Island Breeze Motel: Family motel with free WiFi and free parking. Located next to a golf course.

4.3/5Excellent! (12 reviews)
Island Breeze Motel
Porky Beach Retreat-King Island Escapes
Porky Beach Retreat-King Island Escapes
135 Barnes Rd, Loorana, TAS

Porky Beach Retreat-King Island Escapes: Family holiday home with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located on the beach.

No reviews
Porky Beach Retreat-King Island Escapes
Wave Retreat, King Island
Wave Retreat, King Island
Barnes Road, Loorana, TAS

Wave Retreat, King Island: Romantic holiday home with breakfast and parking. Located on the waterfront.

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Wave Retreat, King Island
Porky Beach Retreat - ABSOLUTE BEACH FRONT luxurious spa, sauna & amazing views
Porky Beach Retreat - ABSOLUTE BEACH FRONT luxurious spa, sauna & amazing views
The price is AU$1,330 per night

Porky Beach Retreat - ABSOLUTE BEACH FRONT luxurious spa, sauna & amazing views: Romantic holiday home with private pools and a hot tub. Located by the sea.

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Porky Beach Retreat - ABSOLUTE BEACH FRONT luxurious spa, sauna & amazing views
Blencathra Coastal Spa Getaway
Blencathra Coastal Spa Getaway
30 Lighthouse Street, Currie, TAS

Blencathra Coastal Spa Getaway: Romantic holiday home with parking and DVD players. Guests love the prime airport location!

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Blencathra Coastal Spa Getaway
Taraki Lodge, King Island's finest lodge accommodation
Taraki Lodge, King Island's finest lodge accommodation
1419 North Road, Loorana, TAS

Taraki Lodge, King Island's Finest Lodge Accommodation: Romantic holiday home with breakfast and WiFi. Located by the sea.

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Taraki Lodge, King Island's finest lodge accommodation
King Island Accommodation Cottages,  provide a peaceful  & relaxing stay.
King Island Accommodation Cottages, provide a peaceful & relaxing stay.
149 The Esplanade, Wattlebird Cottage, Naracoopa, TAS
The price is AU$156 per night

King Island Accommodation Cottages, Provide a Peaceful & Relaxing Stay: Cottage with breakfast and parking. Located on the beach.

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King Island Accommodation Cottages, provide a peaceful & relaxing stay.
George's on Huxley - King Island
George's on Huxley - King Island
12A Huxley Street, Currie, TAS

George's on Huxley - King Island: Romantic holiday home with parking and a garden. Located by the ocean.

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George's on Huxley - King Island

Accommodation In King Island

Fancy yourself a rugged adventure? King Island has long, empty beaches, walking tracks full of greenery and wildlife, and fantastic food for your down time. From art galleries and lighthouse tours to windswept cliffs facing the sea, King Island will give you a lot to explore. Best of all, you won’t find it swarming with tourists. Check out our King Island hotels and journey a little off the beaten path.

Officially a part of Tasmania, King Island is right in the middle of the Bass Strait, making it an ideal getaway both for Victorians and Apple Isle locals. The population is between 1500 and 2000 people, and about 57 shipwrecks can be found beneath its waters. If there’s one thing the island is known for, it’s cheese. With pastures found on the windy hillsides, King Island Dairy makes cheeses named after local attractions, such as Bass Strait Blue and Stokes Point Smoked Cheddar.

Sometimes, King Island can make you feel like you’ve washed up on some faraway shore. Stretches of beach have views of rolling green hills and sharp cliffs. But it’s not all seclusion. Martha Lavinia Beach has breaks to satisfy even the most experienced surfer, although a wetsuit is recommended if you plan to brave the chilly Tasmanian waters.

Ready to do some bushwalking? Lavinia Nature Reserve is 68km2 of beach, heath and swamp, providing habitats for a number of bird species like the endangered orange-bellied parrot. For a more haunting natural experience, pay a visit to the Calcified Forest. You’ll see the ghostly remains of 7000-year-old trees which have been exposed by sandstorms. If you aren’t quite comfortable venturing out into the wild by yourself, King Island also has guided tours where you can explore the island by bus. But you don’t have to go bush to meet some of the local animals. You may even spot wallabies, echidnas and fairy penguins while you’re just walking down the street.

King Island has three main townships. Currie is the main place to go for supplies, with two supermarkets and The King Island Hotel, a bar, restaurant and bottle shop all in one. You can also drop into King Island Arts and Cultural Centre, which has exhibitions and stories of King Island in every room. The Currie Lighthouse is worth a visit too, especially if you take a guided tour up the spiralling staircase. Naracoopa has quaint holiday shacks and rocky shores, where a charmingly ramshackle jetty offers a place to cast a line from. Grassy is a tiny former mining township which now has attractive little art galleries like the Portside Links Gallery. When you feel like dining out, King Island has options ranging from delicious fresh seafood to cakes and pies and, of course, plenty of cheese.

There are no ferries to King Island, so you’ll have to fly there. Luckily, several airlines offer flights, including King Island Airlines and Regional Expression Airlines. Save on your King Island trip by booking your King Island accommodation with us today!

How much is a hotel room in King Island?

Hotels in King Island start at AU$156 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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