Mount Paul, Tasmania

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19 January 2009
  • View from cabin at Mount Paul, Tasmania

Mount Paul, Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania, Australia.

With commanding views over The Hazards and Great Oyster Bay in Freycinet National Park, Mount Paul sits on 485ha of “Land for Wildlife” property, including the 282m summit of Mount Paul itself. Accommodation is in a tented camp plus two one-bedroom lodges, featuring eco-friendly building materials such as insulating batts from recycled bottles and a spacious deck made from celery-top pine offcuts from furniture making. A three-hour kayak from Mount Paul with Freycinet Adventures (Website) includes time out for real coffee on an isolated beach.

See full article: Tasmania: Back to nature
Source: Qantas The Australian Way February 2009

Ken Eastwood


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