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Living at York Cove can be as active and exciting or laid-back and restful as you like.

Located in the heart of Tamar Valley, your new apartment surroundings are sure to keep you busy at any time of the year. Ocean-front and protected beaches along with close-by nature reserves offer plenty for an active lifestyle: sailing, hiking, diving, just to name a few. Of course, there is nothing quite like a walk along the beach at sunset to remind you of life’s simple pleasures. You will also find some outstanding fishing spots along the coast line of George Town. For golf lovers, Barnbougle Dunes, one of the world’s top links golf courses, is conveniently located 30 minutes away from York Cove.

A selection of boutique clothing, designer jewellery and antiques stores in Launceston, located only a short drive from your apartment. Great shopping experiences, numerous cafés & restaurants, all within 5 minutes of Launceston’s natural reserve the Cataract Gorge, perfect for the intimate couple or the whole family.

On the other hand, Cove Bar and Restaurant and gym, spa and swimming pool facilities at York Cove are ideal if you don’t feel like going far from your new apartment. Feel like staying in for dinner? Stock up with fresh local produce at one of the local markets and follow your dinner with a bottle of award winning wine you picked up earlier along the Tamar Valley Wine route. Enjoy it on your balcony with waterfront views and enjoy one of Tasmania’s most spectacular sunsets.

 

Tamar Valley Wine route


The Tamar Valley, Tasmania’s premier wine growing region, is just on your doorstep.
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Golf


Barnbougle Dunes, ranked 35th in the world, welcomes everyone to play and enjoy the first class clubhouse facilities.
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Launceston


York Cove is an easy commute to Launceston, which as Tasmania’s northern capital is itself well-connected to the rest of the island as well as to Melbourne and Sydney by air.
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