Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay
Uniquely located within the Freycinet National Park, Freycinet Lodge is just a 2 1/2 hours’ drive from Launceston or Hobart. Immerse yourself in a wide range of experiences including beachcombing, snorkeling, walks to spectacular coastal outlooks, cruising around the Peninsula or enjoying freshly shucked oysters at a local farm. Excursions we can arrange for you include 4WD trips to Cape Tourville and guided walks on the Peninsula – taking in Sleepy Bay, the Friendly Beaches, Hazards Beach or Mt Amos.
Guest facilities at Freycinet Lodge include two restaurants, bar and lounge area, gift shop, library, TV lounge with Internet access, conference facilities, laundry, tennis court, boule court and a barbeque.
Local operators Freycinet Sea Charters and Freycinet Adventures offer a wide range of outdoor activities. Picture yourself on a typical day at Freycinet– circumnavigating the Peninsula in the morning and early afternoon, spotting sea eagles, dolphins and whales… and then abseiling with qualified instructors off dramatic granite cliffs in the afternoon.
Try snorkelling in Sleepy Bay – and then taking to the surface under your own steam in a Freycinet Adventures kayak.
Or, start the day with a sunrise breakfast, take a fishing charter, go bird watching, hire a bike or play a set of tennis.
Restaurants & Bars
Enjoy exquisite cuisine, fresh produce and local wines at Freycinet Lodge. The Bay Restaurant is located in the main Lodge building with a panoramic view of Great Oyster Bay. Richardson’s Bistro offers casual dining at reasonable prices, while Hazards Bar and Lounge is a great place to swap stories by the open wood fire in winter while sampling some of Tasmania’s best boutique wines and beers.
Uniquely set on a 14-acre site just inside the National Park, Freycinet Lodge’s spectacular waterfront location at the foot of the Hazards is a superb setting for conference and incentive groups. Nestled within the coastal and bushland setting, the Lodge features cabin-style accommodation with meeting facilities for up to 110 delegates.
Introduce yourself to Tasmania’s natural wonders – stay in our large one-room cabins, ideal for a couple or two adults and a child. The integrated lounge/sitting area has a balcony accessed via glass doors. Bedding configuration consists of one queen-size bed and one double sofa bed. All cabins feature an ensuite bathroom with shower, tea and coffee-making facilities and private balcony.
Oyster Bay Cabin
The perfect base camps for larger groups, these two-room cabins integrate sitting/lounge area and 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, one single bed and two bunk beds, in the second room. Features ensuite bathroom, private balcony and kitchenette.
There’s nothing quite like sipping Tasmanian sparkling wine on your private balcony after a hard day’s Freycinet exploration – making these one-room cabins ideal for couples. Bedding consists of one king-size bed and one double sofa bed. Features include ensuite bathroom with a spa bath and shower and private balcony.
All that fresh air is sure to inspire romance, and these one-room cabins are ideal for couples wanting a little extra comfort. Perfect for honeymooners or those seeking an indulgent holiday. The cabin features queen-size bed, CD player (CD library available), coffee plunger and bath robes.
These spacious, open-plan cabins are for the discerning adventurer – and represent a fresh new style for Freycinet Lodge. All boast quality fittings, a king-size bed, double spa bath, CD player, mini-bar with high profile local beverages and a complimentary welcome platter. The ensuite bathroom includes separate shower and quality toiletries, hairdryer, fluffy towels and bathrobes. They are located close to the main lodge building and have easy access to Richardson’s Beach.
You’ll never be stuck for adventure at Freycinet Lodge. Join one of the fascinating interpretative walks conducted by our qualified guides – and learn about the area’s history, geography, flora, fauna and bush foods.