Freycinet Lodge

A trip to Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park is not complete without visiting Freycinet Lodge, for a night, a day or just to take in the view. The Lodge offers four and four and a half star accommodation within Freycinet National Park, along with two restaurants and a casual bar. This is the only accommodation and dining available in Freycinet National Park and the view from the balcony is spectacular.
Tasmanian, interstate and international auto club members receive an accommodation discount at Freycinet Lodge – available on direct bookings only.
To protect the delicate environment, the timber cabins and Coastal Pavilions, hidden in the She Oak forest, are linked by raised boardwalks.
Freycinet Lodge is a great base from which to explore the area, including the famous Wineglass Bay, Hazards Beach, sea kayaking, cruising and more. Bicycle hire is also available.
Nearby, you can explore the Freycinet Marine Farm, the seaside villages of Bicheno and Swansea and acclaimed cool-climate wineries. You can sample the best Tasmanian wines or whiskies with a tasting experience at Freycinet Lodge as well as dinner at The Bay Restaurant or Richardson’s Bistro. Free public WiFi is available to all visitors.

Contact Details

Freycinet National Park
Coles Bay, 7215

6256 7222
[email protected]
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