Satellite Island, Tasmania

In the heart of the magnificent D'Entrecasteaux Channel, in the south of Tasmania, lies a small island of immense beauty.

In the heart of the magnificent D'Entrecasteaux Channel in the south of Tasmania, lies a small island of immense beauty. Sheer sea cliffs fall away to pristine water and wild shellfish can be found in the ancient rock shelf that circles the Island. A pair of rare white breasted sea eagles who live on the Island can be seen soaring high above the huge blue gums, whilst quail and native wildlife forage below.

Accessible only to a privileged few, Satellite Island remains utterly unspoilt and only eight guests can enjoy its brand of  luxury at any one time. With 360° views of this southern hemisphere wilderness—a mix of beautiful native bush, ancient blue gums, sheer sea cliffs, pebble beaches and sunny coves—Satellite Island is the ultimate secluded secret hideaway. 

Whether you're looking to escape frantic city life or yearning for adventure, a stay here offers the perfect combination of relaxing hideaway and untamed Tasmanian wilderness.

In the morning you can wake to the sound of sea birds and take breakfast out on the deck before heading off on one of the island's stunning walking tracks. In the afternoon take the kayaks out and explore the island from the water, or cast a line from a deck chair on the boathouse jetty and shuck your own wild oysters off the rock shelf.