Book your stay

By clicking this, you will be redirected to our booking platform.

Membership

Exclusive discount and promotion offers, upcoming events and the latest news from Freycinet Resort direct to your inbox.

By signing up, I accept the privacy policy and terms & conditions.

Explore

The unique location of Freycinet Resort makes it a perfect choice for thrill seekers and chill seekers alike. Guests seeking peace and privacy are welcome to relax and reconnect with nature in the tranquil wilderness surroundings of the resort, while those who are keen to explore can enjoy adventures and attractions just a short drive away.
We invite you to immerse yourself in the landscape and enjoy these unique outdoor experiences that are exclusive to Freycinet Resort guests.
  • Private walking trials - There are several walking tracks around Freycinet Resort which are exclusive to our guests

    Walking trails

    There are several walking tracks around Freycinet Resort which are exclusive to our guests. One of these is a 2.7km art trail, currently featuring works from leading Tasmanian artists. With regular commissions for new sculptures from local artists, our art trail will continue to grow and evolve over time. We invite our guests to engage with the artworks while also exploring the area, and enjoying the sweeping ocean and mountain views.

  • Bird spotting

    Birdspotting and wildlife watching

    With 1200 acres of private nature reserve right on our doorstep, there are boundless opportunities to get up close and personal with some of Tasmania’s native wildlife. The wallabies are impossible to miss, but if you keep quiet and alert, especially after dusk, you can also expect to see possums, quolls, echidnas, and perhaps even a Tasmanian devil. Birdwatchers will enjoy the sight of cockatoos, rosellas, superb fairy wrens, robins and honeyeaters, and should also keep their eyes on the sky in case there’s a sea-eagle soaring above.

The immediate surroundings of the Freycinet Peninsula offer plentiful opportunities to get out and explore, or sample deliciously fresh local produce.
  • Freycinet Marine Farm - Some of Tasmania’s best oysters can be found at Freycinet Marine Farm

    Freycinet Marine Farm

    Some of Tasmania’s best seafood can be found at Freycinet Marine Farm, just by the entrance to the resort. Oysters and mussels are harvested from the farm daily, and local fisherman provide the farm with fresh scallops, abalone, rock lobster and sea urchin. Sit and enjoy lunch with a local wine or beer on the deck, or take your food away for a beach picnic later in the day.

  • Freycinet National Park - Full of spectacular natural features and dramatic landscapes

    Freycinet National Park

    Full of spectacular natural features and dramatic landscapes, Freycinet National Park occupies most of the Freycinet Peninsula. This is where you’ll find iconic Wineglass Bay, regularly voted one of the world’s best beaches; breathtaking coastal views around Cape Tourville Lighthouse; and azure waters that are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and diving. A Parks Pass is required, and can be purchased online or at the visitor centre in Coles Bay.

  • Wineglass Bay Cruises - To experience the stunning beauty of Wineglass Bay from the water by a 4.5-hour Wineglass Bay Cruise

    Wineglass Bay Cruises

    To experience the stunning beauty of Wineglass Bay from the water, book a 4.5-hour Wineglass Bay Cruise. You’ll enjoy unrivalled views of the sheer granite cliffs, sea caves and hidden coves that are dotted along the coastline of the Freycinet Peninsula. Lunch is included, and wildlife encounters – including penguins, dolphins, seals and whales – are common.

  • Hazards Brewing Coffee

    Hazards Brewing Coffee

    For some of the best coffee in the area, track down the Hazards Brewing Coffee Company. Roaming around the Freycinet Peninsula, this coffee truck serves up Tasmanian roasted coffee and tea blends, along with a selection of freshly baked muffins, pastries and biscuits. It’s the perfect place to stock up before you head out on a bush walk – keep an eye on their social media for details of where to find them each day.

  • Freycinet Adventures

    Freycinet Adventures

    Offering half day and multiday experiences, Freycinet Adventures is the leading provider of sea kayak tours in the Freycinet area. Departing from Coles Bay, they’ll provide all the gear you need and will make sure you’re comfortable on the water. Whatever the weather, seeing the beautiful granite mountains and great expanses of sand from the water is a special experience that’s not to be missed.

Tasmania's East Coast is full of wonderful things to discover. Satisfy your wanderlust by travelling a little further afield.
  • East Coast Wine Trail

    East Coast Wine Trail

    The mild climate on Tasmania’s East Coast makes it a perfect environment for cool climate wines, and many of the cellar doors are within easy reach. The newly built lookout tower at Devils’ Corner Cellar Door affords great views of the Hazards, while Spring Vale features a charming convict-built stable. Freycinet Vineyard is another great option where you can also try the extra virgin olive oil produced onsite.

  • Kate’s Berry Farm

    Kate’s Berry Farm

    It’s hard to imagine a better place to sit in summer than the wisteria-draped deck at Kate’s Berry Farm near Swansea. With handmade chocolates, fruitpies and deliciously smooth ice cream all available, take the time to enjoy the food and the spectacular sea view. Don’t forget to buy a punnet or two of fresh berries when you leave – perfect for a picnic, or breakfast the next morning.

  • Bicheno Blowhole

    Bicheno Blowhole

    Bicheno is a charming fishing village about 20 minutes from Freycinet Resort, popular with holiday makers, surfers and seafood lovers. Bicheno’s most famous attraction is the spectacular blowhole: a granite sea cave, into which water surges and erupts upwards like a geyser. The blowhole makes for a spectacular photo opportunity, but don’t turn your back on it, and remember your raincoat.

  • Douglas Apsley National Park

    Douglas Apsley National Park

    Keen walkers might like to head to Douglas Apsley National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Freycinet. One of Tasmania’s newer national parks, declared in 1989, Douglas-Apsley contains one of the state’s last remaining areas of uncleared dry forest. There are several walks ranging from 15 minutes to several hours, and the clear waters of the Apsley Waterhole are a favourite swimming spot for locals and visitors alike.

  • Bay of Fires

    Bay of Fires

    It’s about a two-hour drive from Freycinet Resort to the iconic Bay of Fires, so if you’re staying with us for a few days it’s a journey well worth making. Spanning 50km of coastline, from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the North, there are clean white beaches around every corner, crystal clear waters perfect for diving, and granite headlands covered in distinctive orange lichen. It’s no surprise that this camera-friendly region was once chosen by Lonely Planet as the world’s hottest holiday destination.

Membership

Exclusive offers, upcoming events and the latest news from Freycinet Resort direct to your inbox.

By signing up, I accept the privacy policy and terms & conditions.