I was lucky enough to be offered a familiarisation over winter to stay at Freycinet Lodge.
Along the way we made a stop for lunch at Freycinet Marine Farm for some yummy local seafood. The East Coast of Tasmania is just one of the many locations in Tasmania that is known for their fresh local produce.
Arriving at Freycinet Lodge we were fortunate to be staying in one of their newest room types the ‘Mountain King Terrace’, which are beautiful 4.5 star rooms facing the gorgeous Harzard Mountains featuring an outdoor tub facing the gorgeous view.
For dinner we booked ourselves into Richardson’s Bistro which is one of two excellent restaurants conveniently located onsite at Freycinet Lodge. The bistro offers a number of food option choose from including seafood, burgers, steak, grazing plates and of course delicious desserts.
The next morning we walked to the Wineglass Bay Lookout which is one of the many great walks to do in the Freycinet National Park. Wineglass Bay Lookout is a 3km, grade 3 return hike which takes around 1.5 hours to complete.
TIP: You must have a National Parks Pass to be in the Freycinet National Park. You can pre-purchase one of these passes with TasVacations.