Tasmania may have travel restrictions in place, including self-quarantine, due to COVID-19.

Find out moreOpens in new tab or window

AU$90 Port Sorell accommodation

More than just hotels
Apartments, cabins, holiday rentals and more, plus millions of reviews from Aussie & Kiwi travellers

Flexibility matters
Free cancellation on select hotels and 24/7 support, so you can book with confidence

Relax with our Price Promise
Find a lower price on a hotel or package online, before your stay, and we'll refund the difference^

Check hotel prices in Port Sorell

Check prices in Port Sorell for tonight, 30 Nov. - 1 Dec.30 Nov. - 1 Dec.
Check prices in Port Sorell for tomorrow night, 1 Dec. - 2 Dec.1 Dec. - 2 Dec.
Check prices in Port Sorell for this weekend, 4 Dec. - 6 Dec.4 Dec. - 6 Dec.
Check prices in Port Sorell for next weekend, 11 Dec. - 13 Dec.11 Dec. - 13 Dec.

Top hotel deals in Port Sorell

Don't see what you're looking for?
See all available properties in Port Sorell
View all properties
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Accommodation In Port Sorell

Port Sorell is ‘the port of golden beaches’. A small seaside town in the North-West of Tassie, Port Sorrell is a great place to swim, fish, bike ride around the shore or just relax. It’s also close to three beaches, a national park and the major city of Devonport. For a chilled-out summer holiday, book your Port Sorrell hotel with us.

Originally a fishing and sealing port called Burgess, Port Sorell is still a popular place to reel in a catch. The Rubicon River starts at Port Sorrell Jetty and winds 38km through Tassie before wrapping things up in Elizabeth Town. Hire a dinghy and catch yourself a juicy southern black bream for lunch (you can pack it in your picnic the next day on the shores of the estuary). The Rubicon River Estuary has 1% of the world’s pied oystercatchers, an orange-beaked black and white bird commonly found on the Australian coast.

Freers Beach, Shearwater Beach and Hawley Beach are nearby so you can take a swim in summer or relax with a long walk. The suburb of Shearwater is just a kilometre away from Port Sorell and is home to the Port Sorell Golf Club, as well as an assortment of restaurants and cafes.

Narawntapu National Park starts on Baker’s Beach, two hours’ drive away, and has all kinds of Tasmanian wildlife, including Tassie devils, Forester kangaroos and wombats. It has all kinds of scenery from wetlands to sand dunes to lagoons, as well as forest walking trails. If you like a drink, drop in for a visit at Ghost Rock Winery, where you can sip award-winning wines while you admire the views of the countryside. Sometimes they even hold a concert, art exhibition or special dinner event.

Port Sorell is only a 20-minute drive away from Devonport, so book your Port Sorell accommodation and a flight to Devonport with us. With swimming, fishing, bushwalking and wine, you’ll love your stay in Port Sorell.

How much is a hotel room in Port Sorell?

Hotels in Port Sorell start at AU$90 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

New reviews! Best hotels in Port Sorell

Travel to Port Sorell & explore

^Eligibility requirements and conditions apply.