Enjoy the "Rivers Run" through the Derwent & Tyenna Valleys to the Forest/Mountain Village of Maydena.
Maydena Lodge offers superior 4 star Star Rated, TICT accredited accommodation for up to 8 people. Relax in our beautiful accommodation and enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains, forests and the valley from the Lodge windows or the front verandah. The Lodge is fully self contained and great for a couple or families.
Get close and personal for photos with our alpaca family, almost at your front door
Maydena Lodge is situated in the village of Maydena on the Tyenna River, amidst 5 beautiful mountains all of which you can see from the Lodge, is gateway to the South- West World Heritage Wilderness area and close to Mt Field National Park, Lake Pedder, the Styx Forrest and Junee Cave.
This area is very popular for fishing, photography, bush walking, mountain hiking and magnificent scenery. Kayaking trips to Lake Pedder can be arranged.
Also available are 2 self contained cabins.
The Rose Cabin is 4 star and fantastic for couples and includes a deck with magnificent views of mountains and forests, all amenities are provided and this cabin is well equipped for cooking. Substantial breakfast provisions are supplied, including continental provisions and bacon, eggs and tomatoes. The Rose Cabin offers privacy and extremely comfortable accommodation.
The Lavender Cabin is 3.5 star rated and has 2 bedrooms for guests needing to sleep up to 5 people. One bedroom has a double bed, the 2nd bedroom offers a double and a single bed. This cabin offers all amenities, including well equipped cooking facilities, a deck with magnificent views of the mountains and forests and the alpacas. Breakfast provisions include continental supplies and bacon, eggs and tomatoes.
All breakfast provisions are included in the tariff and includes bacon, eggs and tomatoes as well as continental breakfast supplies.
Your hosts are Anthea, Derek and Obi our old dog and we will warmly welcome you to our beautiful spot in this fascinating part of South -West Tasmania, on the cusp of World Heritage listed areas.