Picnic Island


Picnic Island is just offshore from the spectacular Freycinet National Park and world-famous Wineglass Bay in Tasmania.


Walking distance to:

The private island is a 10-minute water taxi ride to Coles Bay restaurants, Freycinet Lodge, Saffire, and the marine farm.


Size and style:

Picnic Island takes up to 10 guests on a private hire of the whole island.


Guest profile:

Clientele includes time-poor professionals looking for an authentic and wild experience and families wanting to give the children an unplugged holiday they will never forget.

Airport transfers:


You need to know this:

This little copper clad retreat is the only place in the world you can sleep in a seabird colony with daily dolphin sightings and the occasional whale during migratory season.

24 hour reception:

24-hour contact is available for any issues but guests have the island to themselves with no onsite manager.

On-site dining and drinking facilities

Picnic Island offers self-catering in a well-equipped kitchen.

Eco and Community Initiatives

Picnic Island is an off-grid private island nestled within a seabird colony – over 1,000 penguin and shearwater nests.


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A walk to Wineglass Bay.


Inside the accommodations at Picnic Island.


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