COME FOR A WHISKEY, STAY FOR THE WEEK, OR GET LOST FOREVER
A secluded eco-cabin for couples nestled amongst nature in the heart of the Tasman Peninsula
Return home to where the forest meets the sea. The magic of The Rambler's Refuge is palpable as soon as you cross the wooden bridge.
Exhale as the stress of life leaves your body. Inhale the earthy air as tree ferns show you the way home.
The birdcalls echo from the tree tops, the crunch of tyre on gravel as you snake through the rainforest and the pademelons dart between bush and brush.
The Rambler's Refuge is abundant with native animals and birdlife. A place to reconnect with nature, rest and relax in order to rejuvenate your soul.
Turn off and tune in to the serene surroundings.
HISTORY, HERITAGE AND HIKING
The rugged Tasman Peninsula appeals to those with a sense of adventure.
A scenic 70-minute drive from Hobart, visitors can explore the convict history and World Heritage sites nearby, or discover breathtaking coastlines, natural wonders, blowholes, and caves.
The Peninsula is mostly national park due to its natural beauty and diversity. It is home to a plethora of wildlife including possums, penguins, wallabies, wombats, bandicoots, devils, dolphins, fur seals, migrating whales as well as forest-dwelling birds and soaring endangered eagles.
We recommend 2-4 days to fully explore all that the Peninsula has to offer.
The Rambler's Refuge is a humble place of seclusion and quiet, where weary travellers come to rest, relax, reconnect and rejuvenate.
Set in a beautiful bushland retreat that seems far from the busy world outside. The cabin provides all of the necessities for a comfortable stay including luxe linen bedding for a peaceful sleep, an alfresco deck for breakfast as you watch the pademelons graze, an outdoor fire pit for roasting marshmallows and swapping stories, a well-equipped BBQ area to feed hungry bellies, a kitchenette for your caffeine hit, and a jungle-themed bathroom for washing away the day's activities.
The Rambler's Refuge is a place for reflection both inward and outward, cups of tea under a fluffy blanket, wine by the crackling fire, reading a book on the sun-drenched deck or bushwalks along the 'Devil's Highway' and beyond. The Rambler's Refuge is decorated with travel trinkets and treasures full of stories and history. This cosy cabin is sure to intrigue and delight.
The perfect basecamp for the adventurous traveller seeking a humble and authentic experience.
REDISCOVER YOUR TRUE NORTH
Please note: If you are easily offended by pademelon poop on your boot or a noisy choir of kookaburras welcoming first light, then perhaps The Rambler's Refuge isn't the right fit for you.