Monday, May 3, 2010

Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Pink granite mountains, white sand beaches, grey-green casuarinas, seawater blue as turqouise – they are the colours of Freycinet, a premiere holiday destination with luxury accommodation on Tasmania’s East Coast.

Freycinet’s landscapes are softer, warmer, the perfect summer holiday – shaped by the ocean and splashed by mild East Coast sunshine.

Abundant Tasmanian wildlife in Freycinet National Park on land and at sea, a rich colonial history with place names recalling bold navigators and explorers who first sailed along the Freycinet coast, cool-climate wines and fine local produce; all yours to enjoy at Freycinet.

Sensitively sited in coastal bushland within the boundary of the National Park, Freycinet Lodge is the ideal accommodation for holiday makers by day and a comfortable haven as the sun sets across the waters of Great Oyster Bay. Walk Wineglass to Wine Glass and enjoy Tasmania's finest food and wine and discover the Freycinet Peninsula. It's easy to see why Wineglass Bay is has been voted one of the world's top ten beaches.

As Freycinet Lodge is located within a pristine National Park, entry fees do apply. Passes are available from the visitor information centre at the entrance to the park or at Freycinet Lodge reception with prices for a 24 hour vehicle pass starting at $24.00.

There are a range of great accommodation specials available, as well spectacular packages so you can experience the most of this gorgeous wilderness.

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