Lumera Eco Chalets

Lumera Eco Chalets is an oasis snuggled below a large mountain known as St Patricks Head (Lumera Genena Wuggelena) looking over the coast, it provides travellers with an ancient sense of protection and safety as well as the most sensational coastal panorama in all of Tasmania.
We have 3 off-grid 12v solar powered cabins nestled in the bush with amazing coastal and ocean views from each cabin. Each cabin has an invertor so you are able to charge your 240v devices.
Cabins have fantastic wood heaters for your comfort which are easy to use and safe.
Each cabin has pillow-top queen size beds with quality Actil linen, you are also able to view the sensational ocean/coastal views from your bed as you wake. Cabins are fully self contained.
Due to Covid, we have a self-check-in and out for your safety and convenience.
The history of our unique piece of Tasmania can be traced 30,000 years to a time when it was an important hunting ground for the Tasmanian Aborigines. Home to the Ben Lomond Tribe (Plangermaireener) and visited by bands from the Oyster Bay Tribe (Paredarerme), who travelled up from the East Coast.
Named by Tobias Furneaux on St Patricks Day in 1773, St Patricks Head is known to the Aborigines as Lumera Genena Wuggelina, which means a great molar tooth.

Contact Details

182 Gillies Road
St Marys, 7215

6372 2606
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