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Freycinet Panorama

Location: Coles Bay, East Coast

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00


Set on an internal block, Freycinet Panorama is just a five-minute drive from Coles Bay. It offers, as its name suggests, expansive views of some of the most beautiful scenery on the east coast of Tasmania - the Hazards and across the ever-changing Great Oyster Bay to Maria Island in the distance. Ocean views at the front and a private courtyard shaded by beautiful trees at the back.
Comprising four bedrooms with a well-equipped kitchen, bathroom with spa, and a lounge/dining area that looks directly to the sea, Freycinet Panorama invites you to kick back, enjoy the view from the deck, and use this comfortable home as a base to explore all that Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay has to offer.

Freycinet Rentals have a range of self-contained holiday houses, cottages and apartment units located throughout the tiny seaside village of Coles Bay on the East Coast of Tasmania. Coles Bay is the entrance to Freycinet National Park, home of the pink granite mountains known as the Hazards and the world renowned Wineglass Bay.

Each of our properties is unique in their own design and provide all the comforts of a home away from home. All have quality linen provided, complimentary tea and coffee starter kit and late arrival access. Non-smoking inside and no pets allowed.


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      1/37 Hazards View Drive, Coles Bay, Tasmania, Australia, 7215


      Distance to Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park from Devonport - 255km, Hobart - 195km , and Launceston - 175km
      Coles Bay is 29km from the Tasman Highway turnoff and the Freycinet Rentals Office is located at 5 East Esplanade.

      Cancellation Policy

      If Cancelled greater than 7 days before arrival, 100 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled up to 8 days before arrival, 30 Percent of the total amount.


      The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.