Overlooking the blue waters of Great Oyster Bay and with the rugged Hazards mountain range as your backdrop, the location of Freycinet Lodge’s accommodation in Freycinet National Park is second to none. Located inside the Freycinet National Park, just past Coles Bay, you will fall in love with this captivating escape in Tasmania. The accommodation options include both water views and bushland views. Freycinet Lodge is the only accommodation in Freycinet National Park.
Rooms are sensitive to the natural environment as they nestle in the surrounding native bushland and join the main Lodge complex by timber walkways.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- In-room climate control (air conditioning)
- Premium bedding
- Coffee/tea maker
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Hair dryer
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- In-room safe
- Iron/ironing boards
- Balcony or patio
The Bay Restaurant
Ocean-view restaurant. Serves breakfast and dinner. Reservations required.
Ocean-view bistro. Serves lunch, dinner, and light fare.
On the map: Tasmania is Australia’s only island state and it lies across the Bass Strait from Victoria. Tasmania can be reached via plane from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and via ferry from Melbourne.
As Australia’s only island state, Tasmania is an exciting place to visit. The state was settled in 1803 as a penal settlement of the British Empire to prevent claims to the land by the French Empire. Since its settlement, the population has only grown to about 500,000, making it the second-smallest state in the country. The island is promoted as a natural state and the protected areas cover about 42% of the land area, including national parks and World Heritage Sites. Some of the state’s most popular landmarks include: Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasman National Park, Freycinet National Park, Port Arthur Historic Site, and Darlington Probation Station. Due to its small land size, you can drive anywhere on the island and go from beaches to mountainous areas in just a few hours. Be sure to spend time in Hobart – the state’s capital – and Launceston (one of the few cities on the planet to be wrapped around a gorge).