The Great Southern Ocean pours its boundless power onto the remote sands of Roaring Beach. The thunderous crash of waves is overwhelmed by the serene silence of the wilderness bushland, home to this unique 8 hectare (19 acre) property. Hidden in the valley forest, you will find a cabin which has basic solar power and native animals for neighbours. There are a number of possible building sites which could take full advantage of the elevated headland site. Amazing views over Storm Bay, Roaring Beach and beyond are breathtaking to say the least. The property shares almost a kilometre of common boundary with the 200 acre Roaring Beach Coastal Reserve. If your passion is beach-combing, surfing, bush walking or solitude, this property will thrill.
REVIEWS (1):"Best dining option in Port Arthur. Amazing oysters both natural and kilpatrick (so much bacon!) Creative main dishes that are changed on a regular basis. We..."read more
REVIEWS (5):"We saw Bangor on the way toward Port Arthur Historic Site and said...hmmm...that looks like it'd be a good stop. So on our way back we did and we are so..."read more
REVIEWS (1):"What can I say, Probably the best three days I've had in a very long time. Throw in all the awesome days getting to, and home from the festival, and it's..."read more
REVIEWS (2):"It really is as good as it gets if you're staying in the eerily beautiful remote island of Port Arthur! So this is how it went down. Around last September,..."read more