At Tasmania’s Forest Walks Lodge there’s no television, but who needs it with this cinematic view? In every direction there’s bush, mountains and hills. Step from the property and you’re almost immediately into World Heritage-listed forest.
One of northern Tasmania’s most prominent mountains, Quamby Bluff, rises behind the lodge, and through the windows there’s a western – the craggy line of the Great Western Tiers – that plays every day.
Reviewed by Miles F
Oct 18, 2018
Fantastic stay in Forest Walks Lodge. Very quite escape near the big forest and amazing great western tier mountains. It is so glad to stay with Sean the knowledgeable ecologist and Rosemary the kindest hostess and prepared us delicious breakfast and dinner. We will definitely come back. Jenny UK Feb 2020.
We have had a trip around Tasmania and this was our first stop. What a magical beginning. The location is beautiful amid wonderful forest and with the opportunity to see plenty of wildlife. Sean and Rosemary are most hospitable hosts, the lodge is immaculate and so comfortable, and Sean cooks delectable meals. We could not have wished for more. And then we had a really interesting guided walk in the forest which was marvellous. I am running out of superlatives….