Freycinet Lodge offers four-star accommodation within Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s east coast.
The Lodge overlooks Great Oyster Bay at the foot of pink granite peaks of the Hazard mountain range. To protect the delicate environment, the 60 timber cabins, hidden in the casaurina and tea tree forest, are linked by raised boardwalks.
When staying at Freycinet Lodge you have the rare privilege of staying within a national park and the focus is on being in the landscape, so there are no televisions or telephones in the cabins.
The Lodge offers two dining options: The Bay à la carte restaurant and Richardson’s Bistro, serving cafe-style food. Both offer the finest regional food and wine.
Freycinet Lodge is a great base from which to explore the area – including the famous Wineglass Bay, a myriad of wildlife, sea kayaking and more. A tennis court and bicycle hire are also available.
Nearby, you can explore a local oyster farm, the seaside villages of Bicheno and Swansea and the acclaimed cool-climate wineries. You can sample the best Tasmanian wines and local produce during a ‘Flavours of the East Coast’ experience at Freycinet Lodge.
Seasonal specials may be available. Contact the operator for more information.