The Triabunna Cabin & Caravan Park is a small, quiet, boutique caravan park close to shops and amenities, in the small East Coast town of Triabunna. The park offers barbecue and laundry facilities, has on-site power, caretakers that live on-site and the shops a close 2-minute walk away in the fishing village of Triabunna. Bring your own caravan or tent, or stay in one of ours. Among the experiences is a trip to Maria Island. From the Triabunna Caravan Park, you can Catch a fish off on a jetty in town, and buy fresh crayfish and other local seafood from a fishing boat. Located a 30-minute ferry ride from Triabunna, Maria Island National Park is one of Australia’s most beautiful uninhabited islands. Visit one of the many Wineries along the East Coast and enjoy birdwatching and bushwalking. Accommodation Types: 4 Modern cabins with ensuites, Onsite van, Unpowered sites suit caravans, Powered sites for the self-contained traveller - suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes Triabunna is the largest township on the east coast of Tasmania, in the municipal heart of the Glamorgan Spring Bay Council, and is located 85 km to the northeast of the state capital Hobart. It is a coastal town situated on the Tasman Highway and is sheltered within Spring Bay at the mouth of MacCleans Creek and Vickerys Rivulet. The nearest township 6 kilometres to the south is Orford, on the far side of the bay. As at the 2006 census, Triabunna had a population of just under 800 people.