|Understandably, during the government imposed covid restriction period, we needed to limit our opening hours. But…..border restrictions are now easing around Australia and travel is starting to become possible between most states.
We are so excited to let you know that we are rebuilding our team to ensure that great service can be provided to you and we hope to reopen our accommodation offerings fully from 14 November onwards.
We are also back cruising Lake St Clair and providing ferry service to Overland Track walkers. Reception and ferry base hours are currently limited as we rebuild the team, so the best way to book the ferry currently is via email ([email protected]). We promise to get back to you, but please allow at least 48 hours to respond while we get back up on our feet.
A summary of current travel situation as provided by the relevant governments follows to help you with your planning.
Travelling to Tasmania:
At the time of preparing this update, all travellers (including Tasmanian residents) going to Tasmania need to register their travel with the Tasmanian government.
People travelling from all States (except Victoria) can travel to Tasmania without the need to quarantine on arrival. Please see any updated travel requirements if your travel plans require you to transit through VIC.
People travelling from Victoria can travel to Tasmania without the need to quarantine from 1 December.
The latest position on travel to Tasmania can be found here.
Travelling to other states from Tasmania:
At this stage, different states have varying restrictions or special requirements that may change. Therefore, we’ve provided a list of helpful links so that you can see the current border restrictions in place at the time you choose to travel.
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory