Explore the estate or venture out into the local area. We are surrounded by very Tassie things to do.


Fruit picking

We grow several varieties of cherries, apricots, apples, pears and plums. Picking your own fruit from our orchards is complimentary for our stay-over guests and starting from $20 per container for day visitors. Check our harvest calendar to see what's available during your visit.

Fruit calendar TBD

Kids welcome

Iron Creek Bay Estate is a family business and we love to look after families. Orani features a year-round kid’s menu and offers kid’s cooking classes in the school holidays. We have a full adventure playground and are happy to cater for indoor or outdoor kid’s parties. Enquire about kid’s parties and cooking classes.

Fruit calendar TBD

A rural wander

The estate features 5kms of signposted paths which take in our orchards, the vineyard, paddocks, waterways and the beach. Ideal for a gentle afternoon stroll or a morning trail run.

Farm animal experience

Our estate is an animal lover's paradise. Free range and in our paddocks you will meet a colourful menagerie of ducks, geese, chickens, turkeys, peacocks, sheep, alpacas, llamas, rabbits, horses, ponies and the occasional cow. All guests are welcome to visit the animals until 5pm each day with guided feeding tours every Saturday.

Native animals

The estate and surrounding areas are home to a wide array of native Australian species. Keep your eyes peeled for echidnas, wallabies, pademelons, red-tailed black cockatoos, kookaburras and sea eagles to name a few.

Local Area

We are located at the gateway to the Tasman Peninsula, just 30 mins from Hobart and 15 mins from the airport.

Our local town of Sorrell is one of Tasmania’s oldest towns, situated in the heart of a historical rural community.

Iron Creek Bay is the perfect launching point for the wineries, distilleries, restaurants, markets and historical sites of the Tasman Peninsula and East Coast.

The Tasman Peninsula

Enjoy the spectacular views of the peninsula.

Port Arthur Historic Site

Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett

Tasman Island Cruises

Photo credit: Poon Wai Nang

Tessellated Pavement

Photo credit: Stu Gibson