Sitting area in a patio area at freycinet lodge
Couple dining in Bay Restaurant at Freycinet Lodge
Chef preparing BBQ from a balcony at Freycinet Lodge
Hazards mountain range with the Bay at Freycinet Lodge


Freycinet Lodge is an eco lodge located entirely within Freycinet National Park.  The lodge is part of the NRMA Parks and Resorts family which alos includes Strahan VillageFreycinet Lodge and a range of holiday parks across Australia.

Freycinet Lodge works with trade partners to host FIT, group and MICE clients from all over the world.  We welcome the opportunity to work with you and hope the resources below assist in sharing our story with your clients. If you are yet to formalise a contract with NRMA Parks and Resorts and are interested in doing so, please email:


For Freycinet Lodge's image gallery, CLICK HERE

For a 360° tour of the Lodge, CLICK HERE

For Freycinet Lodge's sales tool kit, CLICK HERE

To see our video, CLICK HERE

For the digital (reduced) version of our experience map, CLICK HERE

For a room type map of the Lodge, CLICK HERE

To see our bus parking map, CLICK HERE

For Freycinet Lodge's Public Liability Certificate, CLICK HERE

For COVID-19 safety updates, CLICK HERE.



For an eight-day East Coast Tasmania touring itinerary, CLICK HERE

For a nine-day Tasmania touring itinerary, CLICK HERE


NRMA Expeditions' operations around Tasmania seek to support a Tasmanian touring itinerary.  We encourage our guests to explore Tasmania's regions, enjoying the best this amazing state has to offer.

Ship at the dove lake near Cradle Mountain Hotel

Gordon River Cruises

Spectacular wilderness river cruises into the heart of the UNESCO Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

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View of the lake from Cradle Mountain Hotel

Strahan Village

Accommodation in the heart of Strahan, within close walking distance of Gordon River Cruises and multiple restaurants.

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Exterior view of Cradle Mountain Hotel & evening sky

Cradle Mountain Hotel

Accommodation, award-winning restaurant and a wilderness art gallery set among alpine woodland just minutes from Cradle Mountain.

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