Crimson granite rocks, brilliantly white sand beaches, lush green Casuarina forests and turquoise water in lonely bays – Tasmania is an enchanted paradise on earth, which, incidentally, owes its name to the Dutch sailor Abel Tasman.
In 1642, Tasman discovered the island south-west of the Australian continent and first named it Van-Diemens-Land. In fact, Tasman was sailing under order of Anton van Diemen, governor of Dutch East India.
However, it was Captain Matthew Flinders, who first circumnavigated read more »
The Freycinet Lodge deliberately limits itself to offering only five exclusive accommodation units. With just five cabins, maximum privacy is ensured and the focus automatically shifts to the pristine read more »
The location at the heart of the Freycinet National Park, on the water’s edge, makes the Freycinet Lodge a perfect basis for exploring the park’s fascinating fauna and flora.
Explore the pristine read more »