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  • Welcome to Freycinet Lodge

  • Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Adrian Cook

    YOUR EVENT Picture this – your next event inside the incomparable surroundings of Freycinet National Park, with our highly experienced event staff catering to your every need.

  • Thank you for contacting Freycinet Lodge! We welcome the opportunity to develop your event with you to achieve a guest experience above and beyond their expectations and within your budget. Please find attached the preliminary details for your event at Freycinet Lodge – If you would like to make a tentative booking please advise me today to ensure availability. Freycinet Lodge can assist you by providing you the most value and support leading up to, throughout and on conclusion of your event. We look forward to discussing and exploring ways we can create an event that reminds guests of a magical time for years to come! Kind regards, Sarah Thomas Group Business Development Manager RACT Destinations T +61 3 6236 4338 M +61 438 306 766 W http://www.ract.com.au



    Tasmania is easily accessible with 4 major airlines flying into the state daily.


    SYDNEY (1 HR 30 MINS)


    Hobart 10 5 1

    Launceston 9 2 -

    Spirit of Tasmania's Melbourne-Devonport service is ideal for car clubs, drive incentives and car launches.

    The twin ships sail in both directions from Spirit of Tasmania's terminals located on The Esplanade in East

    Devonport, Tasmania and Station Pier in Port Melbourne, Victoria.


    Night sailing 7.30pm 6.00am 6.30am


    Day sailing 9.00am 6.00pm 6.00pm

    Night sailing 9.00pm 6.00am 6.00am

  • Credit: Drive Australia

    Once your guests have arrived to Tasmania you can enjoy the journey to Freycinet

    Lodge in numerous ways:

    AIR Numerous operators offer flight experiences and

    services into Freycinet Lodge.

     Tasmanian Air Adventures; Step straight off

    the Hobart waterfront on to TAA's seaplanes

    and then sit back, relax and let their

    experienced pilots take you on the adventure of

    a lifetime.

     Par Avion; Renowned for its tours into

    Tasmania's National Parks, Par Avion give you

    a rare opportunity to appreciate the famous

    East Coast including Wineglass Bay from the


     Rotor-Lift Aviation; A distinguished reputation

    for excellence in service, reliability and

    readiness. Rotor Lift offers a diversity of planes

    and helicopters for corporate and VIP charter.

    ROAD Car launches, car clubs and drive incentive

    attendees Great Race and Top Gear their way

    to Freycinet Lodge.

     Aardvark Adventures; Top Gear offers an

    exciting and competitive range of team

    challenges based on the popular television

    series of the same name. Teams are provided

    with hired vehicles and maps, and must make

    their way to a number of locations, completing

    a challenge activity at each location.

     Pepperbush Adventures; Great Race through

    Tasmania’s beautiful and diverse landscape

    while navigating your way to adrenaline and

    fun filled challenges around Tasmania. Your

    host, a Tassie Bushman, will take care of all

    your foodie desires along the way in a custom

    built catering trailer to provide bush tucker

    experiences and can incorporate a Devonport,

    Hobart or Launceston arrival.

  • Credit: Nick Osbourne

    YOUR DESTINATION Freycinet Lodge is the ultimate balance of pristine wilderness and eco-sensitive luxury located on 5.6

    hectares just inside the National Park at Coles Bay on Tasmania’s East Coast. The spectacular waterfront

    location is a superb setting for conference and incentive groups.

    With highlights like the aqua waters of Wineglass Bay, named one of the ‘Top Ten Beaches in the World’ by

    Great Outdoors Magazine; and the luminous pink quartz of the Hazards Mountains, your guests will find this

    destination irresistible.

    The Freycinet Peninsula landmass formed over hundreds of millions of years to create the sculpted bays and

    distinctive granite monoliths that are visible today. The jagged peaks of The Hazards mountains, Mount

    Graham and Mount Freycinet are tethered by a low, sandy isthmus, and the peninsula’s diverse vegetation

    includes coastal scrub, wetlands and dry eucalypt forests.

    Freycinet Peninsula has been a centre for whaling, mining, granite quarrying and farming, and evidence of

    this history can still be seen in the landscape. Aquaculture has been a prominent industry in the area since

    the 1970s, harvesting the abundant oysters, mussels, scallops and abalone that thrive in the clean waters of

    the east coast.

    Combine the wildlife, walks, food and wine, heritage and a variety of land and water based activities to make

    your event unforgettable.

  • Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Adrain Cook; Tourism Tasmania & Ilona Schneide


    There is an abundance of activities on route to Freycinet for those exploring the road independently or in

    groups. The below itineraries highlight just some of the experiences along the way!


     Arrive for morning tea or lunch at Josef Chromy or Quamby Estate spectacular award winning venues

    just a few minutes from Launceston Airport.

     At Campbell Town The Red Bridge completed in 1838, the oldest bridge on Australia’s National

    Highway, provides an iconic group photo opportunity before stocking up at the Red Bridge Café, a

    providore abound with Tasmanian foodie delights.

     Try your hand at clay pigeon shooting or casting at Currawong Lakes one of the best Fly Fishing

    destinations in Tasmania.

     Before arriving at your destination discover the beautiful cellar doors of Spring Vale, Coombend,

    Freycinet, Milton, Craigie Knowe, Devils Corner and more along Wine Tasmania’s East Coast Wine



     Arrive in Hobart for morning tea or lunch at multi-award winning MONA or Frogmore Creek before

    adventuring to the East Coast!

     Stop to pick your own fruits at Sorell Fruit Farm. Tasmania’s cool climate gives extra flavour to its berry

    fruits and cherries, which are the farm’s specialty.

     A brief stop at the convict built Spiky Bridge is the perfect opportunity for a group photo. Constructed in

    1843, without mortar or cement and the parapet features field stones laid vertically, giving the bridge a

    spiky appearance.

     Just before you reach the seaside town of Swansea discover breathtaking views across Great Oyster Bay

    at Kate’s Berry Farm with its mouth-watering produce and product to sample.

     After Swansea discover the beautiful cellar doors of Spring Vale, Milton, Craigie Knowe, Devils Corner,

    Freycinet, Coombend and more along Wine Tasmania’s East Coast Wine Route.

    http://www.josefchromy.com.au/restaurant http://quambyestate.com.au/dining http://www.campbelltowntasmania.com/attractions.html http://www.currawonglakes.com.au/ http://winetasmania.com.au/wine_routes/east_coast_wine_route http://winetasmania.com.au/wine_routes/east_coast_wine_route http://www.mona.net.au/ http://www.frogmorecreek.com.au/ http://www.sorellfruitfarm.com/ http://www.discovertasmania.com.au/home/local-tips/spikey-bridge http://www.katesberryfarm.com/ http://winetasmania.com.au/wine_routes/east_coast_wine_route

  • YOUR WELCOME We understand that every event is unique and that people have specialised needs and individual

    preferences. Freycinet Lodge focuses on versatility and service so you will always receive the kind of

    individual customisation and personal attention that you deserve. Aside from the stunning location and awe-

    inspiring views, Freycinet offers outstanding facilities, unparalleled comfort, a variety of dining options and

    personalised hospitality.

    We will take care of all the little touches that combine to give your attendees a grand experience.

    Customised gifts - Room drops – Arrival drink - Hot and cold towels - Luggage porterage.

    Optional gifts for your attendees on arrival:

    Gift Pack - value of $15

    Anvers Dark Chocolates - value of $20

    Tasmanian Cheese Plate - value of $20

    Fresh Fruit Basket - value of $25

    Bottle of Tasmanian Wine - value of $35

    Tasmanian Wine and Cheese - value of $55

    YOUR STAY Built sensitively to reflect the unique environment Freycinet Lodge offers a very special delegate experience

    with 60 eco-sensitive timber cabins dotted throughout the forest and around the bay. You’ll feel completely

    welcome and relaxed amid the tranquil bushland surrounds of Freycinet National Park.



    Premier Spa Cabin 4.5


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