Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia
At a Glance
Freycinet Lodge boasts an enviable location in between Richardson’s Beach and the attractive rocky inlet of Honeymoon Bay, so you’re perfectly situated for rugged beach breaks and coastal walks.
Inspired seasonal dishes are on the menu at The Bay Restaurant, which are always best paired with a cold glass of sparkling Tasmanian wine.
There’s a wide variety of well-appointed accommodation options at Freycinet Lodge, but one of your favorites is the Bay View Coastal Pavilion which offers spectacular views through the trees to the shoreline, and some with panoramas of Great Oyster Bay.
After a busy day of hiking, biking and boating through the Freycinet National Park, an in-room massage is a wonderful way to relax and unwind.
On cooler evenings, you’ll want to be sat by the fireplace in the Hazards Bar & Lounge where locally distilled single malt whiskies are always on the drinks menu.
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A wonderful wilderness lodge set in one of the most breathtakingly beautiful locations within the Freycinet National Park home to the breathtaking Wineglass Bay
Crystal-clear waters, white sands and plentiful sunshine sometimes make Tasmania’s East Coast Freycinet Peninsula seem more like it’s in the tropics than at a temperate 41° South. This climate makes it perfect for producing some of Tasmania’s best wines. Freycinet National Park is the ideal spot for gentle walks, camping and kayaking and wildlife spotting.
Freycinet Lodge itself is the ideal place to stay whilst experiencing this magical place. With a spectacular waterfront location, this property is living proof that communing with nature does not have to mean roughing it. It is a place to relax and rejuvenate and experience nature’s wild harmony without sacrificing your creature comforts.
Contemporary, elegant rooms make the most of the spectacular views and are nestled in the surrounding native bushland. A haven for eco-warriors, the cabins and pavilions at the property are all connected by timber walkways and feature eco-friendly inclusions such as reverse cycle air conditioning.
The accommodation options at Freycient Lodge range from one room cabins to luxurious, recently upgraded Premier Spa Cabins and Coastal Pavilions. All designed to blend into their surroundings and natural environment, the cabins nestle in the surrounding native bushland and join the main Lodge complex by timber walkways. Guests can opt from either water views or bushland views. Freycinet Lodge is the only accommodation in Freycinet National Park.
Freycinet Lodge is the only hotel in the national park and thus dining is usually enjoyed in house. The property has two restaurants as well as a lounge bar where guests can enjoy a crackling log fire in the cooler months. Dine overlooking the natural beauty of Great Oyster Bay as you indulge in premium Tasmanian cuisine and local seafood at The Bay restaurant.Freycient Lodge is also home to Richardson’s Bistro, a more casual dining spot ideal for relaxed lunches or snacks.
A huge range of experiences are available when staying at Freycinet Lodge. From pleasant to adventurous, discover the amazing views and spectacular bushland along the popular walking tracks, or from easily accessible lookouts.Enjoy a Wineglass Bay Cruise or paddle out on a guided sea kayaking adventure. Opt to see Wineglass Bay and the Hazards Mountain range via a scenic flights or enjoy the huge range of culinary activities the region is famed for.
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Freycinet Lodge was once the place to stay here on the peninsula. However, the new Saffire Lodge has taken this over, but is also in a completely different price league. So Freycinet Lodge will still be the best option for a lot of travelers. Quite a resorty feel, the main lodge houses the restaurant(very good seafood) looking out over Coles Bay. In general not the sort of place you lounge around your room, although they are very comfortable, as you will be out and about either paddling Kayaks on Coles Bay, taking the walk up to the viewpoint for Wineglass Bay, or out on a cruise for the day.
Day 1- Cradle Mountain Huts Walk: Waldheim to Barn Bluff Hut
Explore one of Australia's World Heritage Areas whilst walking the world-famous overland track passing through the never-ending terrain of Cradle Mountain and lake St Claire National Park on this six day, five night guided walk.
Day 2- Cradle Mountain Huts Walk: Barn Bluff Hut – Pine Forest Moor Hut
Today you will be walking for approximately six hours across mossy plains and alpine moors. Leaving the dramatic peak of Cradle Mountain behind you, your destination today is the stately Mt Pelion West.
Day 3 - Cradle Mountain Huts Walk: Pine Forest Moor Hut – Pelion Hut
This morning descend to a lower altitude and venture through native myrtle-beech rainforest that thrives at the base of Mt Pelion. With the Forth River in site follow the banks of this gushing waterway leading to picturesque Lemonthyme Valley.
Day 4 - Cradle Mountain Huts Walk: Pelion Hut to Kia Ora Hut
This morning you will ascend almost 300m to Pelion Gap a plateau stretching between Mt Pelion East and My Ossa.
Day 5 - Cradle Mountain Huts Walk: Kia Ora Hut to Windy Ridge Hut
Today you will swap mountainous peaks for thundering waterfalls. From Kia Ora Hut it’s a gentle one hour walk through temperate forest to Du Cane, where a traditional hunters hut from the early 20th century still stands strong.
Day 6 - Cradle Mountain Huts Walk: Windy Ridge Hut – Lake St Claire
Today’s walk is the shortest in duration but arguably the most scenic. Your destination today is Lake St Claire, a natural glacier-carved lake known as one of Australia’s deepest.
Location & directions
Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, AustraliaEast coast of Tasmania, a 2.5hr drive from Hobart of Launceston
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