Alluvion Beach Cottage

  • Alluvion accommodation east coast Tasmania
  • Alluvion accommodation Freycinet
  • Alluvion Coles bay
  • Alluvion singles room


Type:  Self Catering Holiday Houses/Units

Capacity:  7

Tariff:  $195 - 350

Enquiry: email


Payments accepted:  Visa, Mastercard, Direct deposit

Alluvion Beach Cottage is located at Swanwick, a short drive from Coles Bay, on Tasmania’s east coast. The cottage is set beside the picturesque Swan River estuary only a few kilometres from the Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay.The cottage sleeps seven across two queen rooms and room with up to three single beds. It is fully furnished, including a well equipped kitchen, free internet, high definition television, dvd player, cd stereo , linen and towels, and with the deck, barbecue (gas and woodfired) and woodheater, is a cottage for all seasons. This individual property, with plenty of off-street parking, gives scope to enjoy the local birdlife and the garden, which runs down to the beach.  Fishing rods are available for fishing off the beach or nearby jetty and two kayaks are available to hire. Golf clubs are also provided for use on the nearby nine-hole pay and play course (400m away).

Whether you’re just wanting a relaxing holiday or looking to explore the region Alluvion is the ideal property for your stay.

Finding us

More info:

22 Swanwick Drive, Coles Bay, Tasmania, 7215

Phone:  0488776120

Tariff:  $195 - $350 for 2 depending on length of stay, $25 for each additional guest per night. Discounts apply to weekly stays (excludes January). Kayaks are available for hire at cost of $50 Cot and highchair also available for hire at cost of $25

Check in time:  3.00pm

Check out time:  10.00am

Disabled access:  Steps

Suitable for children:  Yes


Wood heater,

2 queen beds,

1 twin,

Cot & high chair available

Kitchen and laundry facilities

Free Internet


2 sit on kayaks (for hire)

Golf clubs


Fishing rods



In the garden, which runs down to the beach, there is a wood fired barbecue and picnic table. There is a lovely walk along the beach with views of Great Oyster Bay and the Hazards, and the bay is ideal for canoeing and fishing (rods supplied).
Golf clubs are available for use on the nearby 9-hole course.