Spring Bay includes the townships of Orford and Triabunna, as well as Maria Island, the jewel of the East Coast.
The Triabunna Cabin and Caravan Park offers you the perfect base to explore Tasmania’s fabulous East Coast from Port Arthur in the South to St Helens in the North.
And there’s something for everyone – bright white beaches, the Maria Island ferry leaving regularly from the Triabunna Wharf (don’t forget to book), and the challenging Orford Golf Course (just across the road from Raspin’s Beach).
Nice caravan and cabin park with helpful staff We stayed in an Executive cabin for one night and found it very tidy and roomy enough for a family...read moreWe stayed in an Executive cabin for one night and found it very tidy and roomy enough for a family of 4. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Park is a great place to stay if you plan a trip to Maria Island.read less
Stepping stone to Maria Island We were based at Triabunna CP for a week. It is a small well managed park, well positioned with good...read moreWe were based at Triabunna CP for a week. It is a small well managed park, well positioned with good infrastructure. The camp kitchen is functional and the showers ($1 for 4 minutes) are nice and hot. Some sites may be a little tight for larger vans but overall would recommend this park.read less
Awesome cabin! Being a cabin and caravan park, we weren't expecting much, but we were very surprised by the quality of the...read moreBeing a cabin and caravan park, we weren't expecting much, but we were very surprised by the quality of the cabin when we arrived! It was renovated and modern; very clean and comfortable. The main bedroom was a little squashy, but the second bedroom was good enough for kids, with a bunk bed and small wardrobe. The bathroom was modern and clean. The kitchenette was usable and functional, but only the bare necessities were supplied. Unfortunately this did not include a soup ladle!! Nevertheless, it was a great place to stay. Despite the school across the road, it is in a quiet area just off the highway and close enough to the shops and the Maria Island Ferry.read less