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Coles Bay

Which hotel is better?

Freycinet Lodge vs Kingfisher Bay Resort


Freycinet Lodge

Kingfisher Bay Resort

Address Freycinet National Park
Coles Bay
North White Cliffs
Fraser Island
Phone 61-3-6257-0101 61-7 -1203333
Class 3 star 4 star
Price From $333.00 to $409.00 From $200.14 to $200.14
Floors 2 floors floors
Rooms 60 rooms 262 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
Family Rooms
Room service
Swimming pool
Business center
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
First Class Hotel

  1. Freycinet Lodge
  2. Kingfisher Bay Resort
Freycinet Lodge

Uniquely located within the Freycinet National Park, Freycinet Lodge is just 2.5 hours drive from Launceston or Hobart. Immerse yourself in a wide range of experiences including beachcombing, snorkeling, walks to spectacular coastal outlooks, cruising around the Peninsula or enjoying freshly shucked oysters at a local farm. Excursions we can arrange for you include 4WD trips to Cape Tourville and guided walks on the Peninsula - taking in the world famous Wineglass Bay Sleepy Bay, the Friendly Beaches, Hazards Beach or Mt Amos. Freycinet Lodge comprises 60 modern cabins spread amongst extensive bush surrounds and adjacent to beaches and rockeries. The main Lodge building is extremely comfortable with lounge areas, open fire places, extensive outdoor decking overlooking Coles Bay, guests bar and television lounge featuring games, plasma screen TV, DVD player and Internet kiosk.

Kingfisher Bay Resort

Kingfisher Bay Resort is located on the western side of Fraser Island, directly opposite Hervey Bay, and approximately 15 miles from Hervey Bay Airport (with three express flights daily from Brisbane). Off Queensland's east coast and south of the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island stretches over 75 miles and is roughly 230 miles from Brisbane. The resort's amenities include the four swimming pools, tennis court, hot tub, natural therapy and beauty clinic, live music in Maheno Lounge, three restaurants, coffee shop, cafe, four bars, kids' club, general store, pool tables, and gaming machines. Guests can enjoy ranger-guided eco-tours of Fraser Island, seasonal whale watching (August to October), marine cruises, and various watersports (sailing, windsurfing, and canoeing). The hotel also offers babysitting and parking. All rooms feature private decks, air-conditioning, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, refrigerators, and coffeemakers.From 1 November 2009, Kingfisher Bay Resort Group will be relocating its Marine Operations and Mainland Reception to premises at River Heads. Our Mainland Reception will be at the Riverheads Village two minutes drive from the ferry departure point. Guests will be transported to the departure point by bus shortly before the ferry departure. Reception facilities will allow people to wait for services in comfort, with the availability of food and beverage and car parking. The Ferry has been refurbished with seating for 220 passengers on two decks with a fully licensed bar and snack food available on board.


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