There is an abundance of things to do at Freycinet Lodge, including guest activities, nearby tours and adventurous exploration.
Freycinet National Park is a mecca for bushwalking – take a short stroll, or half- or full-day walk to discover the area’s forests, beaches, bays and mountains.
Wineglass Bay Cruises: Take in the stunning beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay aboard the Schouten Passage II, a 150-seat eco-catamaran. The vessel will stop and allow you to view granite cliffs and see wildlife up close while crew provide commentary on wildlife, features and history. Enjoy a delicious Ploughman's lunch of fresh local produce and cool climate wines. The Wineglass Bay Cruise runs daily Sept - May. Winter schedule includes Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday June - July; Tuesday and Thursday in August. Bookings available through Freycinet Lodge reception.
Providore Wineglass: Located within Freycinet Lodge, Providore Wineglass is a beautiful little store that showcases our regional Tasmanian produce. Taste some of your favourites and take a little piece of the East Coast of Tasmania home with you. Open 7 days. No charge for entry and all visitors welcome.
Freycinet Adventures Sea Kayaking: Sea kayaking the coastline of Freycinet National Park is one of Tasmania's unforgettable natural experiences! Explore secluded coves, paddling beneath the pink granite mountains and over waters so clear you can virtually touch the marine life below during the three hour tour. Bookable via Freycinet Lodge reception.
Freycinet Air: The Freycinet Peninsula is regarded as one of the most beautiful places in the world with its combination of mountains, forests and white beaches. Experience the best possible perspective with a scenic flight. Ask on of our staff for details. Bookable via Freycinet Lodge reception.
Bicheno Penguin Tour: A penguin tour is the best way to see the penguins up close and safely. A seasonal calendar runs daily. Please contact reception for times and bookings.
All4Adventure: Get on board a 4 wheel motorbike (All-Terrain Vehicle / ATV / Quad bike) or a Polaris Ranger and wind your way through Eucalypt-covered hills, boulder strewn valleys and coastal heath, to where red granite, blue seas and fine white sands collide at South Friendly Beaches. Information and bookings available from reception.
Long Lunch tour company: Come on an adventure of gastronomical proportions, indulging in delicacies that have put Tasmania on the map of fine food and wine. Many options to choose from. Contact reception for details.