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BIG4 Iluka on Freycinet offers guests self catered accommodations just a minutes' walk from the white sand beaches of Coles Bay.

we had a very newly appointed cabin that was comfortable and well thought out. the bathroom was small but had a good sized shower

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8.3
Very Good
1,860 reviews
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$144
per night

Located in a waterfront location within Freycinet National Park, this lodge offers secluded cabins in a coastal bush setting, 2 restaurants and a bar. Buffet breakfast is included.

The views, common areas, staff, on site f&b

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8.5
Very Good
1,283 reviews
Price from
$356
per night

Nestled within thick forest next to Mount Paul and surrounded by a National Park, Freycinet Resort offers private and luxurious accommodations with 360-degree views of The Hazards, Friendly Beaches,...

What is not to like. Location was amazing and the accommodation had everything you needed and more. Loved the telescope and binoculars to be able to check out the surf and swans below. We picked up a take away pizza and enjoyed it with a bottle of local red on the deck as the sun went down. Joined by some wallabies. Excellent stay.

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8.6
Excellent
639 reviews
Price from
$291
per night

Located within 27-acres of bushland, in the heart of the Freycinet Peninsula, Edge of the Bay Resort offers direct access to 3 private beaches. Free WiFi and free parking are provided.

The location was perfect- stunning views. No problem parking in the off season. There were wallabies and kookaburra on our porch each morning! We appreciated having a kitchen to cook our own meals.

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8.3
Very Good
388 reviews
Price from
$263
per night

Offering sea views, Eagle Peaks at Freycinet in Coles Bay offers accommodations and a garden. This property offers access to a balcony, free private parking, and free Wifi.

The room was very private and comfortable. Complete with wallabies on the backyard whilst dining. Emily is a very friendly host helping us with any questions we had.

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9.5
Exceptional
240 reviews
Price from
$237
per night

Mayson offers accommodations in Coles Bay, a 9-minute walk from Muirs Beach and 1.8 miles from Honeymoon Bay Beach.

Well divided property nicely proportioned

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8.1
Very Good
59 reviews
Price from
$231
per night

Providing a garden, Acacia Cottage features accommodations in Coles Bay.

The house is clean and the furnitures are comfortable. The view is stunning an dthe whole vibe is really relaxing. Really close to Freycinet sights and convenience stores.

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7.9
Good
83 reviews
Price from
$263
per night

Wineglass is located in Coles Bay, just a 9-minute walk from Muirs Beach and 1.8 miles from Honeymoon Bay Beach.

cosy , clean & close to pub & National park

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7.6
Good
105 reviews
Price from
$231
per night

Freycinet Stone Studio 7 - Quartz offers accommodations in Coles Bay, a 3-minute walk from Richardsons Beach and 0.7 miles from Muirs Beach.

Quite literally a 10/10 experience. Every trip my wife carries a packet of disinfectant wipes which are used to give a thorough cleaning of any location we stay at, however so impressive was the cleanliness and condition of the studio these weren't used!!! This place did not disappoint at all

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8.4
Very Good
72 reviews
Price from
$291
per night

Located in the heart of Coles Bay on Jetty Road, Pebble Shack provides stunning panoramic views of the Freycinet National park and the Hazards.

Pebble Shack is a terrific place to stay in Coles Bay. Having a house to stay in was definitely a bonus. The property was comfortable and the bed was awesome. The location was great too, easy access to everything: it is the main street into Coles Bay, but I didn't have any issues with traffic or noise. This would be a great place if you have children as there was a huge yard for them to run around in. I would definitely stay here again should I ever be in Coles Bay again. Highly recommend.

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8.4
Very Good
77 reviews
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What guests like about Coles Bay

Boating
85 reviews
Forests
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Road trip
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Great outdoors
127 reviews
Relax in nature
136 reviews
Beaches
439 reviews

What Guests Said About Coles Bay:

  • 10

    Location, food and people - we could have stayed longer and...

    Location, food and people - we could have stayed longer and explored more - the oysters and wine tasting at Devil's Corner were incredible. The restaurant in the lodge was fabulous for drinks and for food - staff were fantastic, friendly and professional.
    Smith Jay
    Australia
  • 10

    Coles Bay is the perfect place to stay to explore the...

    Coles Bay is the perfect place to stay to explore the Freycinet National Park. There are walks for most abilities, but it helps to have some fitness as there is a lot of steps and climbing. Wineglass Bay and Wineglass Beach are an absolute highlight. Coles Bay is a sleepy town in May so we were able to enjoy it without hustle & bustle of summer crowds.
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    Ginny
    Australia
  • 10

    The town is lovely with places to stop & enjoy the scenery...

    The town is lovely with places to stop & enjoy the scenery with great food as well Great access to Freycinet which is awesome, the walks, beaches, lookouts etc are well set out and maintained, views are so worth the efforts to get to see them
    David
    Australia
  • 10

    Coles Bay is a gorgeous place to stay with awesome views of...

    Coles Bay is a gorgeous place to stay with awesome views of the Hazards and Freycinet National Park. The Wineglass Bay cruise was wonderful, very excited to see dolphins, sea birds and a fur seal sunbathing on the rocks. There are other tourist activities to choose from such as flights for a birds eye view of the spectacular scenery and ATV guided tours It's a great destination for nature lovers, walkers, photography, kyaking and pristine beaches. Enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the area, lunch on fish and chips or dine in a restaurant or tavern. Bare in mind that most eateries close at 8.30 including the well stocked convenience store for any supplies you may need for your stay.
    Cheryl
    Australia
  • 10

    What a stunning spot with the National park and beautiful...

    What a stunning spot with the National park and beautiful beaches to explore! We ate at the Iluka Tavern and found all dishes to be delicious - the Ice Creamery is also worth a stop! Staying at studio 2 at Eagle Peaks gave us uninterrupted views of the beach - listening to the waves all night, Emily was an amazing host - we really appreciated the touches in the home and they certainly added to our stay - thanks Emily, we will certainly be back!
    Andrea
  • 8.0

    While familiar with Coles Bay from childhood holidays, we...

    While familiar with Coles Bay from childhood holidays, we were only there one night en route to elsewhere this time. Drizzly, spitting rain when we arrived, with low cloud, which progressed to steady, heavy rain overnight, so not much scenery visible! But from prior experience it’s a beautiful area with lots to do if you enjoy hiking, nature or beaches. Would’ve liked to revisit some childhood memories, but at over $40 to enter the National park, it wasn’t worth it just to drive around for an hour or so. I get the whole user-pays concept, and if we were there for a whole day & the weather was good we would’ve invested in a pass, but it was disappointing there wasn’t a cheaper option.
    Jenifer
    Australia

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