Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions

Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions


Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions


Liminal was commissioned to deliver nine pavilions to expand the Freycinet Lodge accommodation offerings on the East Coast of Tasmania. The Coastal Pavilions provide a point-of-difference to the 60 cabins already established as part of the 1990s development. With its pink-orange granite mountains and breathtaking coastline, Freycinet National Park is one of the oldest National Parks and most visited places in Tasmania. Liminal’s brief was to provide a new style of accommodation befitting of the Park’s natural beauty, providing an experience for guests that respects and emanates its context. Design inspiration is drawn from the fluid forms of the nearby bays and coastal granite rock formations, while paying homage to the character of the National Park they nestle into. Liminal’s investment in community and place-generating design ensures the Coastal Pavilions are an immersive, sustainable, site-specific experience for guests, while acknowledging the privilege to inhabit a beautiful part of the world.



Liminal Architecture

Practice Team
Liminal Spaces – Interior Design
Liminal Objects – Furniture Design

Consultant / Construction Team

Cordwell Lane – Builder
Brett Torossi – Project Manager/Tourism Consultant
Mint Joinery – Joiner
Rush Wright Associates – Landscape Architect
EcoTas Ecology – Flora and Fauna Consultant
Cultural Heritage Management Australia – Aboriginal Heritage and Archaeology
Gandy & Roberts – Structural Engineer
JMG Engineering & Planners – Services Engineer
Woolcott Surveys – Land Surveyor
Pitt & Sherry – Building Surveyor
Ireneinc Planning – Planner
Stehel Consultants – Quantity Surveyor
Howarth Fisher & Associates – Traffic Engineer
Helene Weeding (represented by Handmark Gallery) and Brigitte de Villiers with geologist Bill Cromer – Artist
Dianne Snape – Photographer