Take a walk along the beach and discover the rich history of the Indigenous Oyster Bay people combined with the wonders of fauna and flora at your feet. Stay at the Saffire Freycinet, an intimate sanctuary on Tasmania’s East Coast, offering the Saffire - Connection to Country Walk, designed exclusively for guests to deepen their understanding of the country.
Discreetly positioned overlooking the Hazards Mountains, Freycinet Peninsula and the pristine waters of Great Oyster Bay, Saffire blends breath-taking beauty with a deep seated Aboriginal history. With a world of deserted islands, wild bushland and secluded beaches to explore there’s something for everyone to discover.
The ‘Connection to Country’ Walk has been designed exclusively for guests to further explore the richness of the East Coast.
With Indigenous guide Mick, you’ll sample local bush tucker, learn about tools and foraging and gain a greater understanding of time and your own connection to the country.
Featuring 20 luxurious suites, exclusive day spa, guest lounge and bar, and a restaurant showcasing local culinary delights amongst ancient landscapes and abundant wildlife.
CONNECTION TO COUNTRY WALK (COMPLIMENTARY WITH STAY AT SAFFIRE FREYCINET) Guided walk to sample local bush tucker, learn about tools and foraging and gain a greater understanding of a time gone by and your own connection to country.
Days Operating: Mon, Fri (or on request
Season: Year round
Duration: 2 hours
Min Numbers: 2
Max Numbers: 10
Saffire Freycinet is a 2hr 30min scenic drive from Hobart and a 2 hour drive from Launceston, or is a 30 minute scenic flight. A chaffeured limousine service from Hobart or Launceston is available. There are daily flights into Hobart and Launceston from most capital cities. The Spirit of Tasmania also sails daily between Melbourne and Devonport (vehicle carriage).