Low Head Pilot Station offers unique accommodation, maritime museum, lighthouse, penguin tours and a rustic seafood shack diner dotted across a historic waterfront precinct.
Suiting couples, families and groups (50+), located 40 minutes drive from Launceston. A central destination for travelling between Cradle Mountain, Derby and Barnbougle.
Convict-built cottages (C.1825), feature renovated bathrooms, kitchens and quality linen and toiletries and guests experience the soundtrack of the fairy penguins on sunset and the rumble under feet of mighty ships navigating the treacherous reef.
The Seafood Shack is rustic casual; the perfect drop in for a burger and beer after riding the local MTB trails, or a family feast of fish and chips before a sunset penguin tour. The menu focusses on local seafood, beer, wine, gin and cider. Its relaxed, affordable and friendly like the old days with in house dining provided for.
The accommodation collection includes the one of a kind Light Keepers House; nestled beside the Light House, The exquisitely renovated Luxury Low Head Chapel, couple style little boat crew cottages; the original Schoolhouse of Low Head Pilot Station renovated to a stunning three bedroom waterfront home, The Queenslander and Pilots House with dramatic waterfront positions ideal for larger groups and the Boatmans Houses which are tough family beach houses perfect for sandy feet and little kids.