Secluded, self-contained luxury accommodation at Marion Bay on the East Coast of Tasmania, Australia.


Marion Bay House is within reach of some of Tasmania’s best visitor experiences.

Located in the lush hills overlooking Marion Bay, the house is a 35-minute drive from Hobart airport and within an hour’s drive of Hobart city.

The best of the island’s food and wine is at your doorstep. Visit local producers, cafes and providores to sample fresh Tasmanian seafood, cool climate wines, handmade cheeses and other delights. Dine in quality restaurants to experience the best of our fresh produce, and forage in colourful markets for countless gourmet delicacies.

Immerse yourself in Tasmanian art, culture and history. Visit MONA — the internationally recognised Museum of Old and New Art at Moorilla. Wander through the galleries and boutiques of Salamanca Place, and experience the island’s rich convict history at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site.

Revive yourself in Tasmania’s stunning natural environment. Take long strolls on uncrowded beaches, witness the breathtaking scenery of the Tasman National Park, or take to the sea on a wildlife cruise for a different perspective of the peninsula.

This beautiful island will nourish your soul, refresh your mind and indulge your senses.


If you have friends visiting Marion Bay and need further accommodation, talk to Dave and Stephanie McKean at Beach Breaks.
Beach Breaks Bungalow and Retreat

If you would like to visit a local winery, both Bream Creek Winery and Cape Bernier Vineyard are just two minutes from the Marion Bay House driveway.
Bream Creek Winery
Cape Bernier Vineyard

If you’re interested in fishing, we recommend Stuart Nichols Personalised Sea Charters. He is located at Eaglehawk Neck, just 20 minutes away .
Personalised Sea Charters


Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed
The Source
Remi de Provence
Henry Jones Art Hotel
Me Wah
Dunalley Waterfront Café
Moorilla Winery
Meadowbank Estate
Domaine A Stoney Vineyard
Craigow Wines


Museum of Old and New Art
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Discover Tasmania
Tasman Peninsula
Tasman Region
Tasman Island Cruises
Peppermint Bay Cruise
Port Arthur Historic Sites
Roaring 40s