Cradle Mountain & Freycinet
You’re never far from a park or reserve in Tasmania and you will be astounded at their beauty and diversity. Dense forests line highways, dark rivers tumble through steep gorges, deep and wide lakes open up before you. From the beautiful Cradle Mountain, clad with mountain peaks, icy streams, glacial lakes and alpine heathlands. to the craggy coastline and pristine white beaches of Freycinet National Park, 'Tassie' is a state of wild landscapes, a pleasant, temperate climate and a rich history.
Cradle Mountain Lodge
Embraced year round by nature in the mirror of lakes and rugged mountain peaks, this wilderness retreat is located on the edge of the Cradle Mountain / Lake St Clair National Park. The accommodation is in one of 98 cosy cabins set discreetly in the wilderness, each offering soothing natural views, a log fire adding to the ambience of these comfortable homes, rich with mountain character.
From £56 per person per night
Situated on the east coast of Tasmania, where craggy granite peaks thrust dramatically from the ocean, overlooking sandy white beaches and crystal clear blue water. In the grounds of Freycinet Lodge, 60 tastefully appointed cabins are thoughtfully located in a secluded bushland setting. The national park is home to many native animals and birds and these can be seen in their natural surroundings close to the cabins.
- 2 Restaurants
- Tennis court
From £130 per person per night