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The Iluka Holiday Centre offers cabin, hostel and camping accommodation on Tasmanias Freycinet Peninsula. Located at Coles Bay, the property is a two-and-a-half hour drive from Hobart (212 kilometres). The accommodation includes self-contained timber cabins overlooking Muirs beach and Great Oyster Bay. The open-plan cabins have a queen bed in the main bedroom and four bunk beds in the second bedroom. There is a fully-equipped kitchen, lounge, dining area, and bathroom and each cabin has a covered deck and carport. There are also two-bedroom Cosy Cabins with one double and two single bunk beds, a fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom. The backpackers lodge has a choice of four-bed dormitory rooms, a family room and one double room. Sleeping sheets are provided. Powered and unpowered campsites and on-site vans are also available. Facilities include a communal bathroom, camp kitchen and childrens playground. The Freycinet National Park is one kilometre from the village of Coles Bay. You can do a number of walks within the Park, including to world famous Wineglass Bay. Go sea kayaking, take a fishing tour or perhaps explore the coast from the air on a scenic

Hazards Hideaway is a self-contained, waterfront retreat at Coles Bay on Tasmanias east coast. Coles Bay is located on the Freycinet Peninsula, approximately two-and-a-half hours from Hobart (195 kilometres) and Launceston (175 kilometres). Hazards Hideaway offers guests two separate sleeping houses, each with its own bathroom facilities. 'The Waterfront', has king-size and twin beds and 'The Boat House' has a queen-size bed. All bedrooms have ceiling fans and there is wood and electric heating. The property has a fully-equipped kitchen and there is also an outdoor barbecue area. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of Great Oyster Bay and the Hazards. Hazards Hideaway is a few minutes walk to Swanwick Beach and Coles Bay is a five-minute drive away. You can visit Freycinet National Park and go bushwalking, climb the Hazards or walk to Wineglass Bay for a swim in the crystal clear ocean. Go sea kayaking, take a wildlife cruise or fishing trip and perhaps see whales during the annual migration (October-May). Hazards Hideaway sits on rocky coastline overlooking Great Oyster Bay. Due to the proximity of the unfenced cliff, and the separate sleeping areas, the property is not suitable for young

Freycinet Lodge offers four-star accommodation within Freycinet National Park on Tasmanias east coast. The Lodge overlooks Great Oyster Bay at the foot of the pink granite peaks of the Hazard mountain range. To protect the delicate environment, the 60 timber cabins, hidden in the casaurina and tea tree forest, are linked by raised boardwalks. When you stay at Freycinet Lodge you have the rare privilege of staying within a national park and the focus is on being in the landscape, so there are no televisions or telephones in the cabins. The Lodge offers a number of dining options: The Bay la carte restaurant and Richardsons Bistro, serving cafe-style food. Both offer the finest regional food and wine. Freycinet Lodge is a good base for activities the walk to the famous Wineglass Bay lookout, the Wineglass to Wine Glass signature experience, four-wheel-drive tours, wildlife tours, sea kayaking, climbing, and offshore cruising where you may see whales, dolphins and seabirds. A tennis court and bicycle hire are also available. Nearby, you can explore a local oyster farm, the seaside villages of Bicheno and Swansea and the acclaimed cool-climate wineries. You can also sample the best Tasmanian wines and local produce during a Tasting Tasmania experience in Freycinet Lodges Hazards Bar & Lounge. Number of Rooms: 60 Check In: 1300 Check Out: 1000 Hours of Reception: 0800 - 2000 (later in Summer) Disabled Access: Cabins with full disabled facilities are available. Access is also available to the main building. Children: 'Kids Club' at Christmas and during January. Conventions: (capacity 140) Three rooms, standard audio visual equipment, microphones, electronic white board, stage, three phase power and more. Guest Facilities: Bar, BBQ Facilities, Bicycle Hire, Car park, Conference/Convention Facilities, Cots Available, High Chair, Iron, Laundry, Library, Non Smoking Establishment, Playground, Restaurant - Licensed, Safety deposit box, Tennis Court -

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Mt Paul on Freycinet offers stylish and secluded accommodation near Wineglass Bay on Tasmania east coast. Mt Paul itself is a 485 hectare (1200 acre) Land for Wildlife property adjoining the Freycinet National Park. Two superb self-contained and self-catering spacious lodges, each accommodating two people in king or twin beds, nestle in bushland on the sloping flank of Mt Paul. Bedrooms and living spaces open to a wide deck with sweeping views over Great Oyster Bay, the Hazards and the Freycinet Peninsula. Exposed timbers, polished granite, wooden floors, clean lines and modern appliances blend the comfort inside with the natural experience of landscape, and guests can enjoy peace, privacy, relaxation and the appeal of the natural environment. The Freycinet region includes Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park, with its acclaimed bushwalks and activities including sea kayaking, rock climbing, ocean cruising and wildlife observation. Local oysters and cool-climate wines are east coast highlights. To the south, Maria Island National Park is a short ferry trip from the coastal town of Triabunna to the north are the surf beaches of

The Freycinet Marine Farm offers self-contained cottage accommodation on Tasmania�s east coast. Choose from two accommodation options, the three-bedroom Mussell Cottage and Freycinet Marine Farm Cottage which has two bedrooms. Mussell Cottage is appointed with two queen-sized beds and two single beds and the other cottage has two doubles and a single pull-out. Both cottages have a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom and laundry. They are set in native bushland on the edge of the Moulting Lagoon Game reserve. Enjoy views of Pelican Bay and the Hazards � knuckles of pink granite mountains on the Freycinet Peninsula. The Freycinet Marine Farm grows and harvests plump, succulent oysters and mussels from estuarine and marine growing areas around the Freycinet Peninsula. The Freycinet National Park is a few kilometres from the Farm. Here, in one of Tasmania�s oldest national parks, you can unwind on white sandy beaches, climb a mountain or walk through stunning coastal environments. Take a cruise, board a seaplane flight or join a sea kayaking tour to explore this stunning peninsula. The property is located 10 kilometres north of Coles Bay, and is a two-and-a-half hour drive from Hobart (200 kilometres/125 miles). Number of Rooms: 2 Check In: 1300 Check Out: 1100 Children: Bird watching and pedal bikes Guest Facilities: BBQ Facilities, Car park, Cots Available, Iron, Laundry Experiences you can enjoy at Freycinet Marine Farm (Accommodation): Flora/Fauna, Nature based,

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