Lemonthyme Lodge is an Award Winning Wilderness Resort & Restaurant located within a serene rainforest environment, just 35 mins from Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Our restaurant, Whispering Woods, is for lovers of food and wine, to experience the very best Tasmanian produce.
Relax by the open fire whilst enjoying a glass of Tasmanian or imported wine from our fully licensed bar in the lounge area.
our restaurant, Whispering Woods is open daily for breakfast and dinner. Takeaway packed lunches can be organised. Contact reception for details.
Vegetarian and gluten free dietary requirements are also catered for. Please advice reception before arrival.
Evening dinner is an a-la-carte menu and bookings are essential.
There is also a separate children’s menu.
Our licenced bar provides a limited but carefully selected representation of Tasmanian wines and beers by both region and variety.
Whether on the veranda on a sunny afternoon, by the roaring log fire when the air outside is crisp or with dinner at evening time you are sure to find a pleasant sensation on your palate and response to the need to quench your thirst.
Unwind after a day of exploring our pristine Tasmanian wilderness in one of our luxury cabins. Lemonthyme Wilderness Retreat is believed to be “the largest hand crafted log cabin in the Southern Hemisphere.”
A unique wedding venue in Tasmania . . .
Stay a while and celebrate with family and friends on this beautiful property in the heart of the Cradle Mountain valley.
Each evening our staff serve a feast of vegetable peelings and fruit to the clan of native wildlife including pademelons and possums that assemble off the Lodge’s back veranda.
This is a great opportunity to capture a photo of some of Tasmania’s most familiar native wildlife.
Our bush trails allow you to explore a marvellous example of Tasmania’s tranquil temperate rain forest.
From 30 minutes to 2 hours duration the highlights include Champagne, Bridal Veil the Big Tree and Lake Cethana.
You’ll be truly enchanted by the inspiring variety of flora and, if you are alert, the native wildlife and birdlife.