Images of a log cabin retreat in Cradle Mountain

A real hand crafted log cabin and mountain resort near beautiful Cradle Mountain!

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Located in Tasmania's Cradle Mountain valley, Lemonthyme LODGE is the largest "real" hand-crafted log cabin in the Southern Hemisphere. 8ks down the intriguing Dolcoath Road it is located in a spectaculer rainforest environment perched majestically  above Lake Cethana.  You will be more than mildly amazed, Lemonthyme LODGE is the real deal.

The atmosphere is peaceful and serene, with a welcoming aura that soothes the soul and inspires the spirit. Walk under the man fern canopy, view the big tree, gaze at the waterfalls. Or relax on the verandah, experience our delicious food in the Whispering Woods a la carte restuarant or quench your thirst in our fully licenced bar.

Lemonthyme LODGE - the way the world should be

What we offer

Lemonthyme LODGE caters to a range of budgetry requirements, offering  

  • luxury wilderness spa cabins
  • two bedroom cabins,
  • one bedroom tree top or tree top spa cabins, or
  • private bedrooms in the main lodge with shared facilities,

Featuring Tasmania's natural timber with huon pine, myrtle, blackwood or black-hearted sassafras each cabin is delightfully decorated with your comfort and pleasure in mind.

The lodge

Lemonthyme LODGE is an award winning wilderness resort, verging on Tasmania's World Heritage National Park. It is located 65 kilometres south of Devonport and 35 minutes from the entry to the Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park, eight kilometres down Dolcoath Road -  an unsealed but good standard road.

In close proximity are Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot, the mural township of Shefield, the world renowned caves at Mole Creek and Lake Barrington.Within the National Park you can circuit Dove Lake, dance in the Ballroom Forest, walk to Crater Lake, climb to the top of Cradle Mountain, or visit Weindorfer's Chalet and Forest; there are a mulltitude of things to do!