Situated on the wonderful East Coast of Tasmania in rolling hills on the banks of the river Prosser, we have beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. Brockley is within easy reach of, Maria Island, Freycinet, Tasman Peninsula and the Midlands. The house is a unique example of its period and its rooms tell a story of Tasmanian history over the past 170 years. Furnished with genuine antiques to a high standard it offers luxury accommodation for between 2 to 10 people.
The house offers lots of space to relax or chat with your fellow guests.
Roaring log fires in any of the downstairs rooms, including the bedrooms if desired, with discreet back-up from a modern heating installation.
The Conservatory is a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in the sunshine. Help yourself to a book from our collection of Australian literature in the Library. Take a seat in the drawing room or enjoy the stunning sunsets from the verandah.
Our cellar is stocked with a selection of highly prized wines from local vineyards, renowned for their cool climate wines. Enjoy a unique experience and share a table of authentic Spanish cuisine cooked by Chaxi, co-owner and chef from the Canaries.
The convict built stage coach road, now disused and part of the property, runs from the front door of the house to Orford, eight kilometres away. Enjoy a stroll and keep an eye out for convict-built culverts, retaining walls and other evidence of the original works.
Enjoy walking - with so much space there's plenty to do and see on Brockley itself.
Working farm - with 2000 sheep and hundreds of cattle there's plenty of activity to observe on the farm.
Bird watching- swift parrots, wedge-tailed eagles.
Wildlife - after dinner is the best time to observe the marsupials.