Mountain Seas Lodge is a stunning, remote property nestled at the foot of Mount Strzelecki.

Featuring both mountain and ocean views, the land is well known for its rugged nature and wilderness, abundant wildlife, pristine vistas, and the cleanest air and water in the world. The property features private walking trails, fresh water streams, ponds, waterfalls and sculptural granite boulders. During your stay with us you will be sharing the land with wallabies, wombats, and over 200 different bird species. It is a peaceful and tranquil place where you can enjoy mother nature in all her glory.

The walk to the highest peak on Flinders – Mount Strzelecki – begins just 1km from the property and is a ‘must do’ while visiting Flinders Island. The white sandy beach at Trousers Point is considered amongst the best in the world by Australian Geographic and is located just 2km from the property.

Additional features of the property include a hot tub, a 2km enchanting private bushwalk, bicycle rental, certified organic gardens and fruit orchards, nutritious, local and seasonal food offerings, and Tasmanian wine and spirits. All of this is just a 10-minute drive from town and 15 minutes from Whitemark Airport.

We are only an hour flight from Melbourne and 30 minutes from Launceston, but when you get to Flinders Island you will feel like you are in one of the world’s most remote and isolated destinations.



Mountain Seas Lodge is the perfect destination to retreat, relax and escape from the business of every-day life and is perfect for individual getaways, romantic weekends, or family holidays. It is an exceptional venue for conferences, corporate off-sites, retreats and workshops of all kinds. Whether you are an artist, photographer, bush walker, or bird watcher, Mountain Seas offers elegant accommodation, easy wilderness access, and the ability to do as much (or as little) as you like during your stay.



Flinders Island is the largest island (1333 km squared) in the Furneaux Group, which consists of approximately 100 islands located at the eastern end of the Bass Strait between Victoria and Tasmania, Australia.The islands are remnants of the land bridge that used to connect Tasmania to the mainland.

Captain Matthew Flinders was an English navigator, cartographer and commander in the Royal Navy. He is credited with discovering the Furneaux ground of islands, the first circumnavigation of Australia and the naming of Bass Strait. Flinders Island was named after him by Phillip Parker King, an admiral and explorer from the Royal Navy.

Mount Strzelecki, sits in the Strzelecki National Park and was named after Sir Pawel Edmund Strzelecki, a Polish explorer who visited the island and climbed its highest peak in 1842. It is the tallest peak on the island at 756 metres (2,480ft), and was greatly revered by the early indigenous people as being a deeply spiritual place.