Our accommodation looks out at some of the most outstanding rugged headlands in Australia. The view takes in Tasman Island and Cape Pillar, the highest seacliffs in the southern hemisphere.
Early risers at Sea Change can enjoy the magnificent sunrises over Tasman Island. In the evenings there are stunning light and colour changes as the sun’s setting rays hit the headlands. From the edge of the property a visitor can stroll along the kilometre-long pristine Safety Cove beach, often only meeting native seabirds.
Sea Change Safety Cove has been designed to take maximum advantage of these assets. A first floor two and a half metre verandah surrounds the whole property. Spacious waterside decks include barbeque facilities. The gardens blend with the native bush and attract local birdlife. Camelias, clematis, daffodils, fuschias, dahlias and roses add extra colour.
What activities can you do whilst you stay at Sea Change Safety Cove?
You are in the heart of Tasman National Park, which contains 35 world class walks including the soon to be completed Three Capes Track, encompassing Cape Raoul, Cape Pillar and Cape Huay