Natone Lodge is the perfect location from which to base your Tasmanian holiday. You can Climb Cradle Mountain, cruise the Gordon River, explore Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness and the Tarkine, or fly to King Island. It's all here in Tasmania's North West.
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Self Contained Accommodation in Upper Natone, North West Tasmania
Nestled amongst the picturesque flowing green hills of Upper Natone, just a short drive from Burnie, Natone Lodge boasts a comfortable and tranquil country setting for you to sit back, relax and enjoy.
Fully Self Contained for up to 5 people
With ample parking, the comfortably well presented Lodge can accommodate up to 5 people. This easily accessible, but secluded rural retreat is fully self contained with laundry facilities also BBQ facilities available allowing you the ease to cook in whatever manner you desire, at your leisure...possibly even one of the many prize trout on offer from either of the two fully stocked dams just a short walk away.
Enjoy the relaxed, natural surroundings
Relax on the verandah of an evening and marvel at the often spectacular sunsets, whilst nibbling on a variety of famous Tasmanian cheeses complimented by some of this State's award winning wines, all of which you can get from the nearby famous Cheese Factory.
You can go bushwalking, platypus spotting and bird watching if fishing isn't your thing and enjoy the sights and sounds of the native wildlife, with a possible sighting list available, or enjoy a game of Boule.
Contact your host, Jenny, and book your next stay in one of Tassie's most idyllic spots - just perfect for a relaxing overnight getaway!
You are now able to book your accommodation at the Natone Lodge Online. Click on the following "Book Now" link to book online. Book Online Now!
Useful Links & Resources
Tasmania offers the ultimate in trout fishing. The myriad rivers and streams, lakes and tarns are an angler's paradise. It's a beautiful, unspoiled environment that attracts fishermen from all around the world. Whatever your preference, still water, stream or private fishery, maximise your angling opportunities, for wild brown trout by using a guide.
On May 4th 1864, after previous failed attempts to get fertilised eggs from the UK, the first wild brown trout were hatched at the Tasmanian Salmon Ponds after sailing from England in the sloop Norfolk's special ice packed hold containing some 100,000 salmon and 4,000 wild brown trout eggs. Only a small % of each species survived and after release, the salmon disappeared out to sea never to return, however, the brown trout flourished in the ideal conditions and started what is now arguably the world's purest strain of wild brown trout fishery. Tasmania's brown's were used to start New Zealand's (and other southern hemisphere countries) trout fishery.
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