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The Information Centre is not a large one in Bicheno, but the staff are very friendly and informative, advising on what to see, according to the visitor's time availability. Also, as one would expect, both local and Tasmanian souvenirs are aplenty.
We visited twice and served by Melanie. She booked accommodation and tours and was helpful and efficient. We called back and she had the the paperwork ready and in order to make it easy for us to work with. I cannot praise her enough. An...More
We went a couple of times for different information and the staff were always quite helpful and went out of their way to find what we were after. They seemed to be very overworked both times we were there and I could see it could...More
We were outside the information centre at 1 minute to five and the staff came out the door, gave us a dirty look, turned the sign to closed and shut the door.
Now I understand that the centre may close at five (and people have...More
We stopped at the visitors information centre as we usually do while travelling and the lady was extremely helpful. The weather was bad and she advised us not to travel anywhere else if we didn't have too as there were roads closed and more possible...More
We went in there to get road directions to Wineglass Bay, which is about 40 minutes from Bicheno heading south - the lady was incredibly short and rude to us - she looked at me as though I was physically handicapped and was really ascerbic...More
Hi, I am looking at heading down to Bicheno this afternoon from Devonport. We have 2 young kids (3 and 5) I am wondering your opinion in best accommodation and attraction around the area for us all? I would ideally like to
do some sort of boat cruise