"When we arrived at Blue Lake Lodge no one was there and the place was all locked up. Tried to phone the lodge but rang out to a full answering machine. So clearly something wrong with their booking system."
"The wilderness lodge was an amazing experience. The accommodation itself is worth the drive and the dirt road. The rooms are clean, modern and cosy. The included breakfast was delicious and you had quite the selection to pick from. Whilst the dinner price is steep, the food is delicious and portions ..."
Yes! The majority of hotel bookings are refundable provided that you cancel prior to the hotel’s cancellation deadline, which in most cases is within 24 or 48 hours of your scheduled arrival. If you have a non-refundable reservation, you might be able to still cancel and be given a refund within a 24-hour period of booking. Add dates, click “Search”, then you can filter by “free cancellation” to view the best deals available in Liawenee.
Visitors to Liawenee will definitely find plenty to explore and enjoy. There are 17 hotels and other accommodation options in the surrounding area.
A couple of favourite places to visit are Liawenee Conservation Area and Rainbow Point Conservation Area. You’ll also find Great Lake Conservation Area and Arthurs Lake in the area.
The hottest months are usually January and February, with an average temperature of 17°C, while the coldest months are July and June, with an average of 8°C. Average annual precipitation for Liawenee is 683 mm.
Recent Reviews in Liawenee
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"What an amazing experience - so relaxing - everything we needed. "
A verified traveller stayed at Dan's Cul-Na-Saith-Lake Frontage-Free Platter, Wifi+Netflix
"The wilderness lodge was an amazing experience. The accommodation itself is worth the drive and the dirt road. The rooms are clean, modern and cosy. The included breakfast was delicious and you had quite the selection to pick from. Whilst the dinner price is steep, the food is delicious and portions are big!!! You will never be left hungry.
Whilst you don’t have to leave the accomodation to see some wildlife, some roam in at night in front of the big glass walls that look out. But, If your willing to go out after dinner and roam around the building you will see Tasmanian devils, wombats, wallabies and even platypuses!!
The staff overall were nice. At times, it was a struggle to try and convince her to let us use the E-bikes when it was slightly windy and overcast. The host at the time was condescending and treated us like children when getting the bikes out and telling us not to leave them, get them wet or she would charge us, despite already signing a contract with all the TC’s. She was at times rude and condescending when we were telling other guests where we went and what we saw. I got the sense she just wanted everyone to stay on and read or go out for a drive.
Other than her (who was the host) at the time of our stay...it was a wonderful experience! But make sure you get out and about and go exploring at night after dinner- it’s incredible what you will find and see 😊!! "
A verified traveller stayed at Thousand Lakes Lodge