Arthur River Beach House sits on the Arthur River on the North West Coast south of Stanley. Arthur River Beach House has three bedrooms and was renovated in 2006 with quality fittings, services and contemporary design. You have your own boat landing, plenty of parking, and plenty of wildlife on the property. You can walk to Southern Ocean beaches, river cruises, general store and trout fishing. Nearby attractions include forest drives, four-wheel-drive tracks, Dismal Swamp Blackwood maze, Woolnorth historic property and wind farm tours. Arthur River is a town unlike any other in Australia: it sits at the mouth of Tasmania's last wild river, and nearby is the Tarkine, one of the world’s last remaining tracts of temperate rainforest. This coastline receives the full force of the Roaring Forty winds that drive the Southern Ocean. The wild ocean currents and the River’s flow create a “washing machine” effect and ancient logs line the rugged beaches. Nearby is the Edge of the World monument named by early explorers.
Typically an Apartment has one or more bedrooms, a separate living area, cooking facilities and its own bathing and toilet facilities, all accessed from within the apartment.