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Bass Lodge- King Island

Spa Sauna
Bass Lodge
Escape to the edge of the world. With its exquisite location, panoramic vistas, luxe cedar amenities and private beach access, Bass Lodge brings cosy refinement to the brazen beauty of the Bass Strait’s crown jewel. Bass Lodge (formerly Taraki Lodge) is just 15 minutes drive from the main township of Currie. Touching down at the King Island Domestic Airport, a ten-minute drive will have you entering the gates of Bass Lodge, surrounded by uninterrupted Bass Strait views, rugged bushes and vegetation. Amid the sublime wilderness and pristine air, discover world class surfing, gold and produce. Your escape awaits. Bass Lodge offers up to eight guests the opportunity to relax in total privacy whilst indulging on King Island’s famous local produce and embracing the endless spectacular vistas. The four beautifully appointed bedrooms feature king beds (or eight long singles) and four ensuites, providing versatility for groups and families. Unwind and immerse yourself in your beachfront environment with your private outdoor bespoke sauna and sunken timber hot tub. Indoors has been thoughtfully designed with relaxation in mind. Little details combine to create your sanctuary, with a fireplace, gourmet kitchen and bespoke touches that provide the highest standard of luxury accommodation on King Island. A commitment to environmental sustainability has shaped and styled the architecture of Bass Lodge, King Island.


Family Friendly

Games or recreation room



Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture

Pay TV


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