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Our Suites are so comfortable and thoughtfully appointed that you may never leave. Smart Home features allow you to control lights, curtains, blinds and music without leaving your bed.

Your king sized luxury mattress, crisp cotton sateen sheets, quality linen and choice of pillow from our pillow menu will ensure the best sleep of your life.

Huge windows showcasing the panoramic views leave little room for television, however each Suite is equipped with a digital projector and screen to enjoy a cinematic experience. Access to all major streaming services is complimentary.

Daily continental breakfast, including fresh baked bread, is included with each booking. Breakfast supplies for you to cook to your liking in the full gourmet kitchen are available for a small additional fee.

Purchase from our in-room wine list [licence application pending], or bring your choice of Tasmanian gin, vodka and whisky - each Suite is equipped with a bar cart stocked with complimentary mixers, fruit and an ice machine.

Take advantage of the serenity at Wherewithal the Farm and explore our expansive landscape. Hop the fence to the south and enjoy a picnic on the hill overlooking Tiger Head Bay.

If you are feeling adventurous, hike to the top of Steele’s Hill, and take in an expanded view of kunanyi (Mount Wellington), sparkling sandstone cliffs, and Bruny Island in the distance. 

Animal lovers can meet and feed our friendly Sheep, Johnny, Harry and Keith. Ask us to provide you with treats for them, and they will eat straight from your hand.



South East Tasmania weaves together history, wildlife, culinary delights, and scenic landscapes, offering a diverse and captivating experience for every visitor.


Embark on an enriching journey through the cultural and culinary gems of this beautiful place. Delve into the convict history at the Port Arthur Historic Site, where haunting tales of Australia’s past come to life, or meander along the Convict Trail, tracing the footsteps of those who shaped this region.


Near to Wherewithal Luxury Suites, and overlooking panoramic coastal landscape of Marion Bay, is Van Bone Restaurant. One of Australia’s most exciting dining destinations, Van Bone is a small-scale country restaurant operating with a minimal intervention ethos. Their daily menu is inspired by – and sourced almost exclusively from – their onsite orchard and vegetable garden, featuring edible coastal natives and flowering specimens. Wherewithal offers transfers to and from Van Bone for our guests.


The team at Wherewithal is closely integrated with the Tasmanian wine industry.  For the best southern Tasmanian wine experiences, we recommend our guests visit Bream Creek Winery and Bangor Vineyard Shed, both offering tastings of exceptional cool-climate wines. Further afield, traversing the Coal River Valley Food and Wine Trail is a wonderful way to lose a day exploring local flavours and artisanal creations.


Wild Tasmania is thick with iconic Australian wildlife. Visit Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary for close encounters with native animals, or observe animals in their natural environment at the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo.


Step back in time at Richmond Historical Village, where cobbled streets and historic buildings tell tales of colonial Australia. If visiting over the weekend, on Sundays guests can experience the rural charm of the Bream Creek Farmer’s Markets, a hub of fresh, seasonal produce (including the celebrated Leap Farm cheeses) and local crafts.

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Tasmania is a natural wonderland or raw and untamed beauty, its untouched wildernesses perfect for exploring.

Around our beautiful State you will find a plethora of easy walks and challenging hikes.

Cradle Mountain and its unique peak tower over the North West, while the East Coast’s Bay of Fires

boasts a striking and unique coastline with vibrant orange lichen.


Tarkine’s ancient rainforests, home to tall eucalyptus and hidden waterfalls, offer a wild escape. 


Wineglass Bay’s clear waters and crescent beach showcase Tasmania’s pristine shores.

The challenging six day, 65km Overland Track, Australia’s premier alpine walk, showcases Tasmania’s alpine meadows,

thick ancient rainforests, golden buttongrass moorlands and fragrant eucalypt forests.

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