Freycinet Lodge

Experience Freycinet Lodge—an award winning, luxury eco lodge located in Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s east coast. Overlooking the endless blue waters of Great Oyster Bay, and with the rugged beauty of The Hazards range as its backdrop, Freycinet Lodge offers you an intimate connection with the scenic environment of Freycinet National Park. Here, the best of this extraordinary place is literally at your doorstep. Freycinet Lodge’s sensitively designed timber cabins have been placed among the national park’s native casuarina and tea tree forest. Each cabin is connected to the Lodge by a network of raised timber boardwalks, ensuring the lightest possible footprint on the landscape and the closest access to the best experiences of Freycinet National Park.

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Two Room Cabin

The Oyster Bay Cabin is a two-room cabin, ideal for families (the main room includes the sitting/lounge area as well as the main bedroom). The second room and bathroom are accessed from the main room. Bedding configuration consists of one king-size bed in the main room and 2 single beds in the second room.

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Deluxe Spa Cabin

The Deluxe Wineglass Cabin is a one-room cabin, ideal for a couple wanting a little extra comfort, especially if they are on their honeymoon or an indulgent holiday.

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One Room Cabin

The large, One Room Cabins offer the perfect retreat for couples at the end of a day’s adventuring. The One Room Cabin features a king-sized bed and double sofa bed within an open living area. Glass doors lead to a private balcony with views of the park’s natural landscape. These are perfect for a couple or a group of three guests. Amenities include an en suite bathroom with shower, a private balcony, a plunger coffee and quality tea making facilities, a refrigerator, reverse cycle air-conditioning, a hair dryer, a CD player (CD library available at reception), an electric blanket (king-sized bed only), a clock/radio and an iron/ironing board.

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Freycinet Lodge offers a choice of superb dining options. Enjoy premium cuisine crafted from the freshest Tasmanian produce at The Bay Restaurant, or relax with a casual meal or tasty snack in the welcoming atmosphere of Richardson’s Bistro. Feel every trace of day-to-day pressures dissolve as you sink into the lounges by the open wood fire in Hazards Bar and Lounge and sample Tasmania’s celebrated cool climate wines, full-flavored locally-brewed beers or boutique ciders.

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Flavours of the East Coast

Join one of the lodge guides on a journey through Tasmania’s cool climate wine and food regions all from the comfort of the main lounge room, with log fire places overlooking the Great Oyster Bay. Tasmania is renowned for full flavored whites and rich delicate reds. Sample seven varieties of Tasmanian wine complemented with fresh local produce. A great way to sit back, relax and learn about the Tasmanian wine industry. All wines are available to be enjoyed at the Bay Restaurant with your evening meal. Extra charges apply.

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Sea Kayaking

The world looks different over the bow of a sea kayak – there’s simply no better way to experience the beauty of Freycinet’s coastline than from a comfortable seat in a sea kayak. Enjoy the quiet dip and splash of your paddle, the cry of gulls – and keep an eye out for dolphins and sea eagles. It’s the perfect way to finish your day – capture the sunset over water on a Twilight Paddle around Coles Bay with Freycinet Adventures. On this gentle three-hour paddle you’ll intimately explore the spectacular Tasmanian coastline of sheltered coves and beaches such as Honeymoon Bay. Make the most of the calm evening waters and spectacular sunset. Extra charges apply.

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Freycinet Whiskey Tasting

Take a journey through Whisky history at Freycinet Lodge, where you have the chance to sample three of Scotland’s finest whiskies and compare them against three of Tasmania’s best, all matched with fresh Tasmanian produce. Extra charges apply.

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