Saffire Freycinet | Australia | If Only

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An award-winning property offering the ultimate in luxury and indulgence, located in the middle of one of nature's masterpieces. The award-winning Saffire Freycinet offers the ultimate in luxury and indulgence, located in the middle of one of nature’s masterpieces. Taking inspiration from the colours of the peninsula, the hotel connects with its environment to create an authentic, enriching, rejuvenating and uplifting experience.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 20 rooms



Beautifully appointed Luxury Suites are finished with Tasmanian timbers and Australian designer touches and feature alluring views. Signature Suites also boast a relaxing desk lounge and a bathroom overlooking Great Oyster Bay, while the Private Pavilions feature a private kitchen and complimentary premium minibar complete with Champagne.



Palate, the signature restaurant, takes the very best Tasmanian produce and creates tailor-made gourmet moments. After dinner sink into ‘classically cool’ furniture from the original 1950s designers and enjoy a nightcap over a board game in The Lounge.



Freycinet Peninsula and its immediate hinterland are awash with things to see and do. Visit the nearby marine farm to sample oysters fresh from the shell, take a quad bike or mountain bike to explore the locale, then at nightfall enjoy a guided nature walk through the surrounding bush on the look out for nocturnal wildlife. With one of the world's most beautiful bays and beaches right on the doorstep, kayaking, beach volleyball, fishing are also on the menu.



Nestled within the resort, the Signature Spa Sanctuary draws on the natural elements to relax and restore guests. Hand selected products ensure a luxurious experience and impeccable results.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Hobart International Airport


Approximately 2 hours from Launceston Airport


The weather conditions in Tasmania are almost the exact reverse of those in the UK and Ireland, with four distinct seasons and a slightly warmer climate overall. Summer (December to March) are warm and pleasant, with calm sunny days and cool evenings in the autumn. Winters are for relaxing indoors and for enjoying the alpine national parks, whilst spring sees a return to longer, warmer days and colourful outdoor blooms.



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