Located on the East Coast of Tasmania and offering a range of accommodation options for families, backpackers, schools groups and large groups of 100 and more, Gumleaves is set on 400 acres of natural bushland where you can enjoy a host of activities.
On Site Activities
- A plethora of outdoor activities offering hours of fun for children and adults alike
- Air walk leading to a giant flying fox that swoops down over a small lake
- Mini golf consisting of nine holes
- Take a refreshing dip, or take the row boat or canoe out at Lake Mulga
- Adventure Playground full of exciting activities including flying foxes, cargo nets, tyre swings and giant see saws!
- Visit the Deer Park. Deer can be viewed from any point around the park, but the best views can be obtained from the viewing platform at the feeding area. Speak to reception to find out when feeding time is and come along and help! Great fun for the whole family!
- Bush walking – we have several marked bush walking tracks that will take you all over the property
- A full sized tennis court
- Challenge activities – excellent for team building
- Extreme Obstacle Course – test your strength and speed!
- Enjoy campfires at night – cook marshmallows or damper
- View the wildlife – spot birds, possums and wallabies
For those that just want to take the family away for the day, Gumleaves offers Family Park Passes. This Park Pass allows access to our onsite activities and facilities – including barbecue sites, adventure playgrounds, mini golf, lake and tennis courts. Family Park Passes are also available for purchase for guests in the camping and caravan parks. This Pass will allow access to all on site activities for your group or family – you will only need to purchase a single Park Pass to cover access for the duration of your stay.
Water Based Activities
Gumleaves has a handful of row boats and canoes as well as life jackets available for your use. For larger groups, or where you need group members to have matching watercraft, we would recommend bringing your own watercraft – there is vehicle access to the lake, and permanent jetties. In the warmer months, (for the braver visitors!) you may wish to go swimming in the lake. Please note that Gumleaves do not provide life guards, so it will be a requirement of your group to provide appropriate supervision.
If you run out of things to do on site (which we doubt!), you can also use Gumleaves as a base from which day trips can be organised. Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park is just over an hour to the north, and the ferry to Maria Island National Park is just 20 minutes to the south. Visits to either of these National Parks will give your group a wonderful opportunities to learn about Tasmania’s past, to get physical and get back to nature. For more nearby attractions click here.