Accommodation Styles

While everyone loves to experience as many different places as possible on their Tasmanian Odyssey, we take great care to match their interests and personal style of travel. ‘Eco’ isn’t for everyone, and nor does it have to be – but in Tassie, luxury comes wrapped in something other than silk. Much of the accommodation you will find on your Tasmanian Odyssey has developed from someone’s passion for their land and its wildlife, or purely from a wish to share their little bit of paradise with others.

Our choice of accommodation is wide, varied, eclectic and quirky to say the least, but whatever your idea of heaven, we promise it will be authentically Tasmanian and privately owned. Heritage B&Bs, wildlife hideaways, wilderness lodges, contemporary apartments, boutique homesteads, convict-built cottages and oh-so-stylish glamping.


Bed & Breakfast and Farmstays
Bed & Breakfast and Farmstays

The best way to truly get under the skin of Tasmania is to meet the locals – and the best way to do that is to stay at one of Tasmania’s many charming and eclectic Bed & Breakfasts (B&Bs).

No matter how many guidebooks you pore over, nothing can beat the local knowledge gleaned through these wonderfully enriching encounters. Choose from a historic homestead or heritage house, or why not include an idyllic farm stay. Read more...

Cottages, Beach Houses & Apartments

"Like a home away from home - we wished we could have stayed forever" is the comment I get so often from guests who have spent time in one of the cosy cottages, gorgeous little beachfront 'shacks' and decadent apartments that are dotted around the island. Stay for a couple of nights or make one your base for four or five nights while you explore the local region.  From beach houses, convict-built cottages and forest hideaways to panoramic penthouse apartments with stage of the art kitchens that could grace the pages of a glossy magazine, this is Tassie living at its finest.  And as for the views - they have to be seen to be believed! Read more...

Cottages, Beach Houses & Apartments
Glamping
Glamping

The ultimate Australian safari experience should be on everyone’s itinerary, even if just for one night, especially if you’ve never glamped before, Tassie is the place to try it.

Glamping in Tasmania promises long balmy evenings under the stars dining on delicious local produce, drinking fabulous wines, and listening to many a tale in front of the campfire, sharing stories with easily-made friends while soaking up the sounds of the forest, and keeping an eagle eye out for the rustle of ever-present birds and wildlife. Read more...

Wildlife Retreats

The weird and wonderful wildlife must surely be the greatest drawcard for anyone considering a trip to Tasmania. Doesn’t everyone, young and old, dream of seeing the other-worldly Duck-billed platypus, and of course the star of the show, the Tasmanian devil, in the wild? With 33 native terrestrial mammals and 41 marine creatures, Tasmania is the last refuge for many species that have become extinct or are on the verge of extinction elsewhere in the world. On your Tasmanian Odyssey, we can promise you sightings of many of these magnificent creatures in their natural environment, along with over 260 species of bird. This paradise island really is a nature lover’s nirvana. Read more...

Wildlife Retreats
Wilderness Lodges
Wilderness Lodges

If wilderness and nature is your calling, you are spoilt for choice like nowhere else on earth. Tasmania has 19 national parks, including the world-famous Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and The Freycinet National Park. It is possible to stay very close to the entrance at many of the national parks, even inside a few of them.

But if you long for peace and solitude we suggest you resist the urge to follow the guidebooks and those who slavishly hang on their every word; for there are many other lesser-known and little-visited national parks - not to mention the countless private reserves that remain all but a secret even to many Tasmanians, as well as the hidden corners that remain far from the tourist trail within the vast area of World Heritage Wilderness (WHWA) that encompasses a huge area of Tasmania. Read more...

City Stay

When you land in Tasmania by plane, you will probably arrive into either Hobart or Launceston. If you arrive into Devonport, by ferry or plane, you will almost certainly include one if not both cities during your stay. If you are only in a city for a night or two, your hotel choice will almost certainly be based on location, location, location!  Like all of Tassie, accommodation in both Hobart and Launceston is anything but usual and there is something to suit everyone from luxury to quirky.  Read more...

City Stay
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