Freycinet Lodge

Overlooking the blue waters of Great Oyster Bay and with the rugged Hazards mountain range as your backdrop, the location of Freycinet Lodge is second to none. Set within the Freycinet National Park, just past Coles Bay, you will fall in love with this captivating escape in Tasmania.

Freycinet National Park was the first national park to be declared in Tasmania in 1916, along with Mt Field National Park. The area is rich in history and spectacular natural features that inspire awe from visitors far and wide.

With the pink granite mountains of the Hazards and stunning white sand beaches, including Wineglass Bay, the Freycinet Peninsula offers world-class scenery and bushwalking.

Stop into Providore Wineglass within Freycinet Lodge to pick up your walking and picnic supplies, a tribute to Tasmania’s top quality produce, especially those of the East Coast of the state. Providore Wineglass is open seven days a week.

At the end of a full and fascinating day, reward yourself with a gourmet meal at The Bay restaurant; dine in elegant surroundings, with magnificent views and delicious cuisine. Choose from an inspired seasonal menu that showcases the finest regional produce, including some of the best seafood in Tasmania.

For something a little more casual Richardson’s Bistro serves burgers, steaks and grazing platters for lunch, dinner or in-between, and the view from the deck has got to be one of the best you’ll find in Tasmania.

FREYCINET LODGE

Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay TAS 7215
p: 03 6256 7222
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www.freycinetlodge.com.au