Naracoopa is on King Island in the Bass Strait northwest of Tasmania.
- Primary access to King Island is by aeroplane, using one of the small regional airlines based in Melbourne or northern Tasmania.
- Although you can get to King Island by private boat, there is no ferry service.
Once on the island, you can hire a car to get around. The island has no traffic lights and relatively few roads.
- Beachcombing. Hunt the rare Nautilus shells, and plenty of others, on the nearby beaches.
- Naracoopa Holiday Cottages, 125 The Espanade Naracoopa King Island (on the sunny east coast), ☎ 03 6461 1326, . email@example.com. While staying at these lovely self contained cottages: Miles of deserted unspoilt beaches to explore. Plenty of bush & coastal walking tracks. Bird watchers paradise, abundant wildlife. Excellent fishing in the middle of bass Strait. Cape Wickham Lighthouse - tallest in the southern hemisphere. Visit the famous King Island cheese factory. Step back in time on King Island, no crime, where friendly locals will talk to you at the drop of a hat. from $110 per night. (39.916237,144.113996) edit
- Baudins Restaurant, Naracoopa Esplanade, 64 611 110. Colonial style restaurant with bar. Reservations preferred.
- Baudins Accommodation, Naracoopa Esplanade. Beach front cottages with views of Sea Elephant Bay. Between $121 and $154 for twin occupancy, extra fees apply for more occupants.
- Naracoopa Holiday Cottages, 125 The Esplanade Naracoopa King Island (on the sunny east coast), ☎ 03 6461 1326, . checkin: 1.00pm; checkout: 10.00am. Excellent self contained cottage accommodation opposite the beach, set in garden/park like surrounds overlooking romantic Sea Elephant Bay from $110 per night. (39.916237,144.113996) edit