|Channel Court Shopping
Channel Court is a sub regional excellent shopping
centre located on the Channel Highway, Kingston, Tasmania. The centre
has undergone a complete transformation. Tasmania's largest Big W was opened
at the shopping centre on April 5, 2006. Channel court is one of the
largest shopping Centres in Tasmania.
Inverawe Native Gardens
Tasmania's largest landscaped native garden, bird watching, stunning views.
A water wise, bird attracting sustainable garden of ideas with thousands of
native plants across hundreds of species
Meals available 7 days a week and every Thursday Friday and Saturday night.
View a Tudor model village and a German Model Train World.
Museum of Old and New Art
Mona is a 'must see' when in Southern Tasmania
and we are only 30 minutes away.
Peter Murrell Reserve
We are close to the Peter Murrell Reserve and that is
of interest to bird lovers as there are many rare species in and around the
reserve and indeed at Channel Views too. "The Reserves represent an
important area in terms of natural and cultural heritage, recreational
activities and educational values."
Restaurant and cafe/bar
The Beach Restaurant in the Hobart suburb of Blackmans Bay provides
everything from a casual bistro style cafe/bar dining experience to wedding
functions for up to 100 people.
Bruny Island was named after Rear Admiral Bruni D'Entrecasteaux who visited
in 1792-93. It was first sighted by Abel Tasman in 1642.
Despite its proximity to Kingston, a 20 minute drive away, the area retains
the natural beauty, charm and heritage of a bygone era.
A spectacular treetops walkway that is about 70 minutes drive south of
An excellent drive to the Huon is on the coast road from Kingston.
Australian Antarctic Headquarters
Just south of Kingston on the Channel Highway. They are open for inspection
weekdays between 9.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m. (except public holidays).
North West Bay Golf Club
An excellent 18 hole golf course only 5 minutes away.