Freycinet Sanctuary in Pictures
by Dan Fellow
I stayed at Coles Bay over the long weekend at Freycinet Sanctuary. The units are in a great location on the foreshore. It was a brilliant weekend and I got some of the best shots I’ve ever done there: lots of images from around the region of things to do and see, along with some of the wildlife. I was pleased to get some good Sea Eagle shots too (my Holy Grail as they are hard to capture!). ~ Dan
We’ve made a slideshow for our YouTube Channel of the images Dan captured on his weekend staying at Freycinet Sanctuary. It certainly is a wonderful collection of photos, and it highlights the many things to do and see around Coles Bay on the east coast of Tasmania. Enjoy!
Freycinet Sanctuary is situated on the spectacular waterfront of Coles Bay, offering fully self-contained accommodation overlooking Oyster Bay and capturing the majestic Hazards beyond.
Freycinet Sanctuary consists of 4 fully self-contained units and 1 fully self-contained house for up to 18 people in total. There are two 1-bedroom units which sleep two people each, two 2-bedroom units which sleep four to five people each; and a house which sleeps 6 people. Additional sleeping arrangements can be made by request. All accommodation includes kitchen and laundry facilities, TV and Video/DVD.
The large front verandahs allow generous views across the water to Freycinet National Park and a rear verandahs enable you to capture the afternoon sun and enjoy a quiet glass of wine or have a barbeque amidst your own bush sanctuary of Oyster Bay pines. In winter time you can be assured you will need not be cold as heating is electric, with floor heating in kitchen and bathroom in some units. All beds have electric blankets.
Freycinet Sanctuary is simply THE place to rejuvenate and restore your inner wellness.
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