Eco Friendly Hotels Australia

Guide to Eco Hotels in Australia ( 2024 Updated)

An eco hotel, or a green hotel, is an environmentally sustainable hotel or accommodation that has made important environmental improvements to its structure in order to minimize its impact on the natural environment and eco friendly hotels Australia are considered excellent place to hang out for a couple of nights in Sydney and then beyond in Australia.

The definition of ecotourism adopted by Ecotourism Australia is: “Ecotourism is ecologically sustainable tourism with a primary focus on experiencing natural areas that fosters environmental and cultural understanding, appreciation and conservation
Australia, with some of the world’s highest carbon emissions per person, rates poorly on the clean energy and climate change goals. It also falls down on the environmental goals, with high levels of solid waste and land clearing as well as loss of biodiversity.


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1. Eco Beach Resort 4* – Eco Hotels Australia

Eco Beach Resort
Eco Beach Resort

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Eco Beach Broome is an eco-retreat featuring villas and safari-style tents, set on an unspoilt beach.

Eco beach’s accommodations offer views of the Indian Ocean or the resort’s busch gardens. All are designed to be environmentally friendly, using renewable energy sources.

Guests can relax in the resorts infinity swimming pool or enjoy daily complimentary yoga. In season, the retreat offers whale-watching and nesting turtle tours.

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Eco Beach Broome oceanfront restaurant offers tapas during the day and a la carte each evening.

This high-end eco-resort, set close to the beach, is 10 km from the Great Northern Highway.

Set on wood platforms with garden or ocean views, the upscale tents have fans, en suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi (fee). Villas have solar panels and add air-conditioning, kitchenettes and separate living/dining areas; some have full kitchens and can sleep up to 6 people.

Amenities include an open-air restaurant/bar that uses produce from a kitchen garden, as well as a spa, an outdoor pool and a yoga room. There are also BBQ facilities, free parking and beach access. Activities such as helicopter tours, fishing, kayaking and guided bush walks are available.

Ramada Eco Beach Resort is one of the world’s most remarkable destinations. The unique, luxury eco resort is set in a pristine and untouched landscape and offers guests a perfect parallel of Kimberley beach and bush with a high level of comfort and class. Accommodation is provided through a variety of beautifully appointed Eco Villas and luxurious safari style Eco Tents.

At the centerpiece of the retreat lies Jack’s Bar, an awesome ocean-front bar, restaurant and pool deck with alluring “infinity pool.” Enjoy refreshing cocktails and culinary delights whilst taking in the breathtaking views of one of the finest stretches of coastline in the world. Eco Beach is the perfect place to unwind and relax.

The resort location was unbelievably tranquil and the staff were incredibly attentive yet non intrusive Far away from the world and it’s recent dramas. Heavenly! How lucky are we in Australia to have locations such as Eco beach resort at our doorstep. Just as the name suggests, earthy and eco friendly. No airs and graces, just a true Australian escape from the ‘rat race’.

Eco implies ecofriendly and I think the villa ticked a few of those boxed. Certainly the central wall operated lighting system meant that you didn’t leave too many lights on, but a few instructions for the elderly on how to use it would have been helpful!

Lovely large sized rooms, but devoid of a bit of character – no pictures on the walls, but the best picture is the beautiful beach that was devoid of crowds of people!

You might have been able to self cater in the villa if you were prepared to only have a BBQ as there were no cooking facilities except a kettle and microwave. Having said that all the meals we had were outstanding at Eco Beach – from breakfast, lunch & dinner.

The location of the resort and the view from our villa out to the expansive beach were breathtaking. Some of the highlights were: walking along the beautiful beach both during the day at around sunset, the ‘mud and bubbles’ experience – so much fun, morning yoga on the beach, delicious food, helpful and friendly staff. And all done with a strong eco and sustainability focus. All in all we had a wonderful time. Definitely worth the 70 min drive from Broome.

At the end of a dusty road from the highway, Eco Beach Resort is a true oasis. We were welcomed and found out villa to be fresh and clean and spacious. We loved the dimensions and design, a big lounge dining kitchen area, a king bedroom and ensuite shower room.

A large covered deck area was perfect for a drink and relax after a hard day on the beach or by the resort pool. This place is perfect as a getaway. No tv, and hardly any mobile phone reception.

We indulged in meals at the restaurant and while the menu isn’t large, the food is tasty, well cooked and top class. Well done kitchen staff! There’s always drinks and bar snacks available too. All staff were very friendly and helpful.

The beaches here are great, sunsets sublime. We loved this place and will return for another stay. Highly recommended!

Eco Friendly Hotels Australia
Eco Friendly Hotels Australia

How much does a room costs at Eco Beach Resort?

Prices start 175$/night for Garden View Eco Tent. 

Bedding configuration: 1 King, or 2 Singles. The tent is equipped with a fan.
Rates are for 2 people. Maximum number of guests: 2.

Where to book online – Eco Beach Resort – Eco Friendly Hotels Australia you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Australia during NW ecofest Tasmania which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Australia on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley 4* – Eco Friendly Hotels Australia

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley
Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley

Situated amongst the breathtaking scenery of the Blue Mountains region, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley offers environmentally responsible luxury villas, each with a private swimming pool, a double-sided fireplace, and a verandah with stunning views over the valley.

Situated on a 7000-acre wildlife reserve, the resort offers a wide range of activities are available, including horse riding, nature walks, mountain biking and four-wheel-drive safaris. Each spacious suite at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley has a lounge room, an LCD TV, DVD player, stereo system and iPod docking station.

The Main Homestead offers a variety of dining options including Wolgan Dining Room with panoramic views, the casual restaurant The Country Kitchen, and the Valley Bar and Terrace which includes a walk-in wine cellar.

This luxe resort with mountain views is set on a 2,800-hectare conservation and wildlife reserve within the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

Rustic-chic villas feature private pools, verandahs, custom furnishings, and living rooms with sandstone fireplaces. All have mountain bikes, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded quarters add kitchens, private staff quarters and butler service.

Meals and drinks are complimentary. Amenities consist of a refined restaurant, a casual cafe with a terrace, and a cosy lounge. There’s also a nature-inspired spa. Activities include wildlife safaris, nature walks, heritage tours and horseback riding.

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is an ultra-luxury conservation-based resort, located 2.5 hours’ drive from Sydney (190 kms) in the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains region. Set on 7,000 acres of carbon-neutral conservation and wildlife reserve, the resort combines absolute luxury with a quintessentially Australian bush experience.
Occupying just one per cent of the total land area, the resort features 40 elegantly appointed villas reminiscent of the Federation period, each with its own swimming pool, double-sided fireplace and private verandah with stunning valley views. The resort offers a unique blend of seclusion, native wildlife, dramatic natural beauty, conservation and heritage combined with unsurpassed luxury facilities and outstanding food and wine. Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is part of One&Only Resorts and a member of Luxury Lodges of Australia.
From the moment of booking, the team had made my whole experience easy, welcoming and stress free. My stay was exceptional, the design of the villa, how it blends in with nature, I love how its eco friendly and how Emirate spent so much efforts to protect local wildlife and surrounding environment.
The setting of this property, a 7,000-acre eco-reserve in a valley in the Blue Mountains, is beyond compare. Tons of natural beauty, wildlife and outdoor activities at your doorstep. The villa was spacious and well-appointed, and included a fireplace, large sitting room, large bedroom, walk-in closet, large bathroom, an indoor heated plunge pool, and large screened in porch. Two bicycles, helmets, flashlights and backpacks were provided for use during stay. All-inclusive food and wine experience was excellent. Service experience was absolutely outstanding, as well. No cell service anywhere on property, so be prepared to disconnect.
This eco resort makes me feel very proud to be Australian. You have showcased and captured the true essence of the Australian bush.
The architecture of the cabins and main building compliment and respect the environment and the use of gorgeous timbers, stone and glass give an earthly, welcoming feel.
Riding the bikes around the property allowed us to see the wildlife in their natural state. We were lucky enough to see many kangaroos and even wombats! Also the walk to the Glow worm tunnel was absolutely breathtaking and well worth exerting ourselves for 🙂
Wow, what an incredible destination this hotel is! Simply breathtaking scenery from anywhere you are on this amazing property; amazing accomodation with your own indoor pool; the freshest/local high quality food cooked to perfection every-time and to top this all off, a fantastic GM James Wyndham who went out of his way every time to ensure we were always happy with our stay, always offering good tips/things to do. James was also backed by an incredible team, who have great personalities and ensure you are embracing this once in a lifetime eco-system to the fullest!

The setting of this place is stunning – a vast valley surrounded dramatically on all sides by beautiful sandstone escarpments that change colour with the light. Definitely a 6-star natural setting.

I LOVED the conservation mindset that pervades the place. The absence of cars (except for the resort’s own vehicles) is delightful and creates a sense of peace I really appreciated. In the villa’s bathroom, there was no wasteful miniature plastic-packaged bathroom products, but instead the high-quality shampoo etc is in attractive pump dispensers in the shower area. The bars of soap are wrapped in a simple paper label, no plastic. There’s a recycling bin in the dressing room and even the little mat to put your glass on beside the bathroom hand basin is reusable cloth, not paper.

These little eco-friendly touches, executed in a classy way, were very much in keeping with the overall approach of the resort.

The staff are lovely and strike a nice balance of Australian casual friendliness with dignified service, the food is excellent and the “free” activities were fun. The decor of the main homestead and the villas is lovely and I loved the majestic feeling of the high ceilings in both.

The villas are lovely and really well-appointed. The big fireplace, swimming pool and huge walk-in wardrobe were all great. A bowl to put your free mini bar potato crisps in would be helpful. Also an indoor plant or even a sprig of gum in a vase would have been nice. Also the books seem to have been chosen more for their appearance than their content – for example, a 1990 biography of George Michael was in our villa’s library. Felt like an op shop discard rather than a worthy inclusion.

Each lodge had the use of binoculars, brollies, mountain bikes, iPad and complimentary mini-bar. The service was friendly and very sincere. We took advantage of an evening wildlife tour (great, many wombats, roos and wallabies) and the Conservation morning (also great, learnt about how the resort is so eco friendly and planted a few small trees.)

For a special occasion, this resort is magnificent.

Eco Friendly Hotels Australia
Eco Friendly Hotels Australia

How much does a room costs at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley?

Prices start 3100$/night for Heritage One-Bedroom King Villa with Private Pool. The Two-Bedroom Villa with Private Pool is 6200$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This villa features a iPod dock, fireplace and view.

All rates include: – Gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily – Non-alcoholic beverages and a select range of local wines and beer with meals – Two on-site nature-based activities per day from the scheduled complimentary inclusions – Selected items in the mini bar – All in-house movies – Complimentary use of mountain bikes, gym and tennis courts

Where to book online – Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley – Eco Friendly Hotels Australia you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Australia during NW ecofest Tasmania which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Australia on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Bamurru Plains – Eco Friendly Resorts Australia

Bamurru Plains
Bamurru Plains

Located to the west of Kakadu National Park on the Mary River floodplains, Bamurru Plains is a unique bush camp teeming with bird and animal life. It offers bungalows set amongst native bushland. Guests can enjoy river cruises, 4WD tours and safaris nearby.

During the heat of the day, guests can enjoy the cooling waters of the infinity pool, or relax on the deck. A chef is available to cook delicious meals prepared with local ingredients. The bar is open all day so you can enjoy a crisp white wine, a gin and tonic or sparkling water whenever you wish.

Each bungalow is built on stilts overlooking the floodplains frequented by bird and animal life. Rooms include a cold water thermos, reading material on the local flora and fauna, a species list and binoculars so you can appreciate the wildlife around you. Organic cotton bedding and a pillow menu are provided for maximum comfort.

Luxe tent-style bungalows in a rustic-chic retreat with a restaurant/bar, terraces & wetlands views.

In the midst of the savannah bush on the edge of the Mary River floodplains, Australia’s answer to the Okavango delta, Bamurru Plains’ is the setting for a wilderness experience like no other. With just nine safari suites, each blending seamlessly with the surrounding bush and with a focus on the key luxury comforts, a supremely comfortable bed, innovative Australian cuisine and premium wines (no TVs, minibars or telephones to distract from the wildlife outside), Bamurru deliberately tries not to be a typical luxury hotel room in the bush.
The floodplains and savannah woodland offer one of Australia’s richest wildlife experiences: tens of thousands of Magpie Geese mingle with Whistling Kites, egrets, herons and buffalo on the floodplain, while Blue-winged Kookaburras, parrots, cockatoos and Agile Wallabies inhabit the fringing woodlands.
Bamurru’s team of passionate field guides offer a variety of activities, including exhilarating airboat trips on the floodplains, cruises on the Sampan River to spot crocodiles, four-wheel drive safaris, scenic flights over the floodplains and coastline. We can also arrange tours to the rock art galleries of Arnhem Land or guided fishing trips. In the evening, sit back with a sundowner drink and canapés and enjoy the soft ‘Wild Bush Luxury’ touches that are the Bamurru trademark.
There is also an open bar, a small swimming pool and nature reference library. Bamurru Plains, its facilities and 300 km² of country are exclusively for the use of its guests, so you can be assured of a quiet, privileged outback experience. Bamurru Plains is a member of the Luxury Lodges of Australia.
Set within a working buffalo/cattle station, staying here is an amazing experience. The staff were all amazingly friendly, welcoming, and knowledgeable. A great range of activities are available, or you can laze in the infinity pool overlooking the flood plains (though it must be admitted these were pretty dry during our visit).
Bamurru is a very special place with great staff, food, wine and unique accommodation.
The 3 sided tented cabins are simple but very clean, very comfortable and very exciting. Waking up watching the wildlife walk past on their daily journey and listening to all the birds at first daylight is just a great experience. All the staff are great,very knowledgeable and passionate about their surroundings which makes your trip even more special. It is pricey but well worth it.
The accommodation is suitable to the remote location – very comfortable, great swimming pool, and it is beautifully designed. It has a real sense of peace and a bit of colonial safari about it.
The activities at Bamurru are great fun. One can see an impressive array of birds in the flatlands, buffalo, various types of cattle on the station, wild horses and a number of interesting creepy crawlies (they are not dangerous).
The perfect way to experience the Floodplain is to stay at Bamurru, a Wild Bush Luxury property. You stay in permanent tents with their own ensuite bathrooms. The beds are very comfortable. The pillows are good. The showers are excellent. The tents are fairly basic, but very comfortable. They blend in beautifully with the local surroundings and are made of a material that enables you to see out, but not be seen. So, in the morning you wake up and can see your tent surrounded by wallabies and lots of birds – quite stunning. The nerve centre of the camp is the lodge building where all meals are served and the swimming pool is located.
There is an open bar from which you can help yourself to a wide variety of beverages and cold drinks. The food has been outstanding – served with excellent wines. The staff are friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the local area and the wildlife. To get there from Darwin you fly for about 30 minutes by light plane. You are picked up from the airstrip by 4WD and driven to the camp – about 10 minutes away. You are taken by airboats out onto the floodplain to view the wildlife which includes an amazing variety (and number) of birds, water buffalo and the odd crocodile. The airboats are great fun and enable you to go almost anywhere. Serious bird watchers would love this place.
It is quite expensive, but you do get value for money. Highly recommended.
Eco Friendly Resorts Australia
Eco Friendly Resorts Australia

How much does a room costs at Bamurru Plains?

Prices start 1600$/night for Bungalow.

This bungalow features a balcony and an Eco-friendly en suite bathroom. Chef-prepared meals and beverages are provided, as as well as daily guided wilderness activities.

Where to book online – Bamurru Plains – Eco Friendly Resorts Australia you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Australia during NW ecofest Tasmania which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Australia on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


4. Sydney Harbour YHA 4* – Eco Friendly Hotels Sydney Australia

Sydney Harbour YHA
Sydney Harbour YHA

The award-winning Sydney Harbour YHA boasts spectacular rooftop views of the Sydney Opera HouseSydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Harbour. The hostel is within 10 minutes’ walk of Wynyard Station, or if travelling by light rail, the Bridge St stop is also a 10-minute walk from the property. The hostel features private and dormitory rooms, a TV lounge, billiards and a fully equipped communal kitchen.

Sydney Harbour YHA is located in the heart of the historic Rocks district, surrounded by heritage buildings, boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. It is 650 m from the Museum of Contemporary Art and less than 20 minutes’ walk from the iconic Bridge Climb, Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens.

An 8-minute walk from Wynyard train station, this modern hostel in The Rocks district is 1 km from Sydney Harbour Bridge and 3 km from the Powerhouse Museum.

Simple single-sex or mixed-gender dorms feature free Wi-Fi, bunk beds, storage lockers and private bathrooms. Rooms offer en suite facilities, and tea and coffee making equipment.

A rooftop deck features a BBQ and harbour views. Other amenities include a guest kitchen, and a vibrant, airy lounge with a TV and a dining area.

backpacker hostel in Sydney’s historic harbourside Rocks precinct! Explore Sydney’s colonial history, walk to all the city’s major sites whilst staying in the heart of the city. Multi-share and double/twin accommodation, all with en-suites and many with Harbour and Opera House views. Plus free Wi-Fi hotspot (Premium Wi-Fi Plus also available). The place to make the most of your visit to Sydney!”,”viewport”:”DESKTOP”}]}”>

The only backpacker hostel in Sydney’s historic harbourside Rocks precinct! Explore Sydney’s colonial history, walk to all the city’s major sites whilst staying in the heart of the city. Multi-share and double/twin accommodation, all with en-suites and many with Harbour and Opera House views. Plus free Wi-Fi hotspot (Premium Wi-Fi Plus also available). The place to make the most of your visit to Sydney!

Possibly the best hostel I have been to in Aus/NZ!

-Beds are clean and comfortable, rooms have massive lockers and all en-suite toilet/shower. Extra toilets/shower/bath on each floor if needed. Own charge point/light per bed.
-Kitchen is big! Gas cookers! Lots of space and storage in both shelving and fridge. Kitchen is open 24/7. Filtered water available
Eco friendly hostel, very big on recycling and energy conservation.
-Big lounge, plenty of charge points. TV room on roof.
-Events each day of the week!

-Rooftop with sunbeds/hammocks and awesome view of the Sydney Opera House! Especially good during the Vivid Light Festival as you do not need to fight for a good viewing spot!
-Laundry room ($4 for wash, $4 for dry, washing powder $2)
-Great location as you are close to the Harbour (access to Manly, Taronga zoo, Darling harbour, Parramatta)

-Close to two trains stations (Wynyard and Circular keys), both have direct trains to the Airport. If you do stay at YHA Sydney Harbour and are taking the train, make sure you get off at Wynyard as it is much easier to get to the Hostel.
-Staff are always plenty and very helpful!
-Family Friendly hostel!

The views from the roof terrace are so Sydney- wonderful. The many steps of The Rocks will keep you fit but they are a very good shortcut. For anyone requiring more level walking, get off the airport train at Wynyard (12-15 mins walk slightly uphill but only, 7-10 the other way) and it is a gentler straight route. We saw many people struggling with suitcases from Circular Quays station, as we had ourselves. If only we’d known about Wynyard.

We stayed in a private room with ensuite and harbour view of the Opera House! Simple, spotless, comfortable, with fabulous shower, air conditioning and flat screen TV!
Our room was serviced everyday with tea and coffee, and clean towels were always available at reception. Plus there’s the added interest of the Archeological Site right below the hostel.

Reception staff were so friendly and helpful (same can’t be said of many of the guests at the time, who seemed unable to smile). Wifi was free in common room. The hostel was amazingly quiet too and very eco conscious.

Great history where it sits in the heart of The Rocks. Rooftop patio that looks out to Sydney’s incredible harbour, Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Spotless rooms that have AC. A variety of rooms to choose from. Great shared kitchen/social area, movie room and lockers to rent if that suits your needs.

Fantastic location to many great pubs/wine bars, eateries, shopping and must see attractions. A great place to stay to catch a ferry for a harbour ride and/or to explore little towns by ferry. Just a bargain for just the location! Love that it is was also eco-friendly!

A lot of hostels in Sydney are below standard, but not this one. The double ensuite had a view of the harbour, was huge, comfortable, clean and class=”_3f5ztoLj”>eco friendly. The location was fantastic, on an archaeological site bearing remnants of the city’s first European inhabitants. The Rocks is also my favourite part of the city with great cafes and restaurants, history lurking around every corner and a wonderful art supplies store!

The common areas were large and nice and the cherry on the cake was the roof terrace with the breathtaking view of Sydney’s most valued landmarks.

Eco Hotels Sydney Australia
Eco Hotels Sydney Australia

How much does a room costs at Sydney Harbour YHA?

Prices start 110$/night for Double Room with Opera House View.

This twin/double room features a seating area, electric kettle and tea/coffee maker.

Where to book online– Sydney Harbour YHA – Eco Friendly Hotels Sydney you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Australia during NW ecofest Tasmania which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Australia on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


5. Freycinet Lodge 4* – Eco Friendly Hotels Australia

Freycinet Lodge
Freycinet Lodge

Situated in a waterfront location within Freycinet National Park, this lodge offers secluded cabins in a coastal bush setting, 2 restaurants and a bar. Buffet breakfast is included. Some cabins feature a spa bath.

Each cabin features a private balcony, en suite bathroom with shower, heating, air conditioning and a refrigerator. A TV is also provided.

Facilities include bicycle rental and a tour desk.

With panoramic views of Great Oyster Bay, The Bay Restaurant offers fresh produce and local wines. Guests can enjoy casual dining at Richardson’s Bistro. Hazards Bar and Lounge has an open fireplace.

Overlooking the waters of Great Oyster Bay, this refined ecolodge in Freycinet National Park is 2 km from both Hazards Beach and Wineglass Bay Lookout.

Made of timber and connected by raised boardwalks, the modern cabins offer private balconies, sitting areas, fridges, and tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded units have whirlpool baths and lounges. Children age 4 and under stay free with a parent.

Parking is free, as is a breakfast buffet served in an elegant restaurant. There’s also a bistro with a terrace, plus a casual bar and lounge.

With a spectacular waterfront location at the foot of the Hazards, just inside Freycinet National Park, Freycinet Lodge is a superb base for exploring the Freycinet peninsula. A world of hidden comfort, the Lodge is living proof that communing with nature does not have to mean roughing it.
It’s a place to relax and rejuvenate. To experience nature’s wild harmony without sacrificing your creature comforts. The Lodge’s cabins are designed to impart welcoming familiarity and warmth and the new Coastal Pavilions will provide guests with an immersive connection to the natural surroundings of Freycinet National Park, all while enjoying a superb level of comfort.
The walks in the area have amazing views and are worth the time and effort to see them, especially the Lighthouse and Wineglass Bay lookout. The sunsets from Honeymoon Bay are magical. The food and service at Freycinet Lodge are excellent and if possible – do the Wineglass Bay cruise as it is definitely worth every cent you pay. My only criticism is about the trees interfering with the view from each room but understandable from an eco-friendly lodge.
Amazing location on the edge of the National Park with self-contained cabins in the bush and a central lodge with lounge, bar and restaurants. Wonderful to sit outside on the deck with a sundowner and watch the setting sun sink below the hills across the bay. There are a number of excellent walks in the National Park.
The lounge area is lovely in the evening the whole family enjoyed sitting by the open fire after dinner, playing board games they had on offer and drinking hot chocolate. The included buffet breakfast was great with plenty of options including eggs and bacon cooked to order. The cabins are very private, spacious and great for families. They have a bit of an eco feel to them so not over luxurious but very comfortable and the bathroom was lovely so we were more than happy as they seem to fit well given the environment.
Freycinet Lodge is a very rare example of a hotel inside the national park and is handled with suitable eco-friendly deference. It has a bar downstairs, which always seems to be packed by people ordering elaborate and slow-to-make cocktails, but nevertheless offers beautiful wines as you would expect from the region, and lovely oysters made natural, with garlic butter, or kilpatrick.
These beautiful eco friendly lodges are nestled in the bush with fantastic water views.
They look so plain on the outside matching in with the environment but when you open the door it’s like oh wow. Where did this penthouse come from. The rooms are wonderful spacious and fully decked out with everything you could want. The service is exceptional from all staff and the restaurant and bar area in the main building are fantastic with awesome views and open fire places.
For ultimate ”peace” there is none to compare to that found at this magnificent abode, idyllically perched bordering the clear blue waters of the Tasman Sea. Its eco friendly vibes are evident upon entry. Timber cabins are scattered over a large bushland setting. Our room was comfy and homely with breathtaking views of the ocean below and sharing the wildlife day and night. Little cute critters come to visit regularly.
The veranda is superb perching spot as is the small functional cooking space. The restaurant is cozy with excellent fare as well as having other eating options a short drive away. Staff are breezy and helpful with great knowledge of their patch.
We used our days to walk with many options finishing on the beach for loitering and the stiff chill embrace of the waters. The beach is a short hop from the cabins. There are ample drives through the National Park to suit your time or pleasurable inclinations.
Eco Friendly Hotels Australia
Eco Friendly Hotels Australia

How much does a room costs at Freycinet Lodge?

Prices start 209$/night for King Cabin. The Premier King Cabin with Spa Bath is 338$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Spacious open-plan cabin with a minibar, and private balcony. The en suite bathroom features bathrobes, luxury toiletries and a spa bath with views.

Where to book online – Freycinet Lodge – Eco Friendly Hotels Tasmania you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Australia during NW ecofest Tasmania which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Australia on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.