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Freycinet – Freycinet Lodge

Amenities

  • Air-conditioning
  • Tea and coffee
  • CD player
  • Balcony
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Library
  • Tennis court
  • Barbecue facilities

Overview – Freycinet Lodge

The environmentally sensitive Freycinet Lodge provides a close-up experience of Freycinet National Park while leaving little more than footprints on the virtually untouched environment. 

Envision a smattering of low-slung timber cabins scattered beneath native tea trees, bordered on one side by the dusky pink Hazards peaks and on the other by the crystalline waters of Great Oyster Bay. This is Freycinet Lodge. Here, you can spend long days exploring white sand beaches, swimming in secret coves or sampling the Freycinet Peninsula’s noteworthy cool-climate wines. When you’ve worked up an appetite out in the fresh air, refuel with a hearty meal and local brew at The Bay Restaurant or Richardson’s Bistro. Hazards Bar and Lounge is ideal for a nightcap by a roaring fire.

Surrounded by thick vegetation, the one and two-room timber cabins are connected by a series of elevated boardwalks, which protect delicate undergrowth from being trampled underfoot. With heating and cooling, the comfortable villas also come with electric blankets, fridges, tea and coffee-making facilities. When you aren’t curled up listening to birdsong on your private balcony, sign up for some of the activities available (extra cost) at Freycinet Lodge, which include wine or whisky tasting, and twilight paddling on Coles Bay.

Freycinet Lodge is surrounded by phenomenal walking trails; a short but steep climb along a rocky track takes you to a stunning lookout. From here, an additional 2.5 hour circuit lets you dip your toes in the glassy waters and silica sands of much-photographed Wineglass Bay. Surrounding Freycinet National Park is rich in wildlife – keep your eyes peeled for potbellied Tasmanian pademelons, wallabies and wombats. Wedge-tailed eagles often scour the ocean for prey, and you might even see seals, dolphins or whales.

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Rooms – Freycinet Lodge

Suitable for a weekend away with your significant other as well as holidays with the kids, Freycinet Lodge’s flexible cabins are contemporary pods of comfort cosseted by native scrub.

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One Room Cabin
A king-sized bed and double sofa constitute the bedding arrangement in this cabin. Full-length glass doors lead out onto a balcony. The bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with shower. Capacity: 2 guests in existing bedding/4 with sofa bed

Two Room Cabin
This chalet has a king bed in the master bedroom, two singles in the second. The ensuite bathroom has a shower. A living area and kitchenette complete the picture. Capacity: 5 guests in existing bedding

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Deluxe Spa Cabin
Ideal for a special occasion, this romantic cabin contains a king-sized bed, ensuite bathroom with shower and spa bath. Fluffy bathrobes are provided. Capacity: 2 guests in existing bedding/3 with sofa bed

Premier Spa Cabin
Close to the main lodge and Richardson’s Beach, these recently updated suites invite you to soak in the double spa tub in the gleaming granite bathroom. Capacity: 2 guests

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Facilities – Freycinet Lodge

  • 60 timber cabins
  • The Bay Restaurant
  • Richardson’s Bistro
  • Hazards Bar and Lounge
  • Tennis court
  • Boules court
  • Barbecue facilities
  • Guest laundry
  • TV lounge
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Activities (at extra cost) – Freycinet Lodge

  • Wine or whisky tasting
  • Sea kayaking adventure
  • Fruit or berry picking
  • Oyster farm visit
  • Ocean cruises
  • Fishing charters
  • Scenic flights
  • Golf
  • 4WD motorbike tour
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Location

Tasmania

Getting There

Freycinet Lodge is located within the Freycinet National Park, which is an undemanding 2 hour drive from Launceston or 2.5 hours from Hobart. All major domestic airlines fly into both these Tasmanian cities daily. If coming from Melbourne, you can bring your car on board the Spirit of Tasmania ferry.

Combine With

Hobart, Tasmania’s character-filled capital, deserves a few days’ exploration on its own. This historic city is home to a vibrant waterfront, a number of quirky small hotels including the Henry Jones Art Hotel and is gateway to Port Arthur, an exceptionally well-preserved 19th century penal settlement.

Highlights
  • A comfortable eco-lodge in Freycinet National Park
  • Cosy timber cabins connected by boardwalks
  • Inviting Hazards Bar and Lounge
  • Barbecue facilities for cooking the catch of the day
  • A network of bushwalking trails
  • Sickle-shaped gorgeous Wineglass Bay
  • Picturesque Hazards Mountains backdrop
  • Sandy beaches of Great Oyster Bay
  • Charming seaside hamlets of Bicheno and Swansea
  • Oyster farms, fruit orchards, whisky distilleries and vineyards

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