We recommend travel insurance for any unforeseen circumstances.

If you cancel more than 14 days before your due date of arrival at Lumera, we reserve the right to retain a deposit equivalent to one night's fee. If you cancel or curtail your arrangements within 14 days of arrival we reserve the right to retain the full booking fee. Either way we will do our best to rebook, and if successful would normally return the booking fee, less an admin fee of $50.

We cannot be held responsible for damages or compensation for cancellation or curtailment in circumstances which amount to a force majeure.
If you believe that there is a possibility that you might cancel or curtail, for whatever reason, then you should arrange your own cancellation insurance
Each chalet is identical inside and out with full self-catering facilities, large ensuite bathrooms and extremely comfortable queen size beds. The Chalets have been fitted with a purpose built water purifier and is totally safe to consume. Chalets are supplied daily with a continental breakfast hamper, which comprises fresh homemade bread, free range eggs, cereals, juices, ground coffee & tea and milk.

Each chalet has a large deck area which you are able to view the amazing ocean views and local wildlife. Imagine sitting back with your favourite beverage relaxing and watching the sensational night sky and witness the Milky Way of an evening.
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Situated on St Patricks Head overlooking the Bay of Fires and is central to Douglas Apsley & Freycinet National Park.
                  One of the very few true ecological sustainable accommodation providers in Tasmania.
The most sensational ocean panorama in all of Tasmania,
(adult retreat no children please)
The region boasts an array of fine fresh farm & sea produce consistent with the State's claim to fame as a food lover's paradise.
Greenwashing when a business spends more time and money claiming to be “green” through advertising and marketing than actually implementing business practices that minimize environmental impact.
Proclaimed by the Tasmanian Government as a private nature reserve exclusive and unique accommodation with sensational coastal views.