Pelican Bay Bed & Breakfast

 

 

 

Grey Shrike Thrush

Do you want to stay close to Coles Bay and the Freycinet National Park ? Then this B&B is perfect for you.

Pelican Bay Bed & Breakfast is a traditional B&B, which is set amongst half an acre of well-established and beautiful gardens that attract many native birds and parrots. At sunrise you will wake up to the sound of laughing kookaburras, chortling wattle birds, twittering scarlet robins and blue wrens, and the melodic tune of the grey shrike thrush.

Pelican Bay Bed & Breakfast is also a waterfront property. It backs onto Pelican Bay, a small inlet on the Swan River just near where it flows into Great Oyster Bay. Walk out the back gate and go fishing or walk along the water's edge to Swanwick Beach for a swim.
Sunset over Pelican Bay
After a day experiencing all the natural beauty that the Freycinet Coast has to offer, come home to Pelican Bay Bed & Breakfast where you can relax at the water's edge and watch the sun set over the tranquil waters of Pelican Bay.
Coles Bay enjoys a temperate climate with moderate weather for most of the year.
  • Winters here are mild, but when the wind blows from the Antarctic it does get cold, but definitely no snow!
  • Autumn is my favourite time of year. The cool nights and clear skies are perfect for star gazing or snuggling under the doona. The sunny days warm up quickly so it is a good idea to dress in layers. This is perfect hiking weather.
  • The weather in Spring and Summer can fluctuate from cold, to wet, to windy, to hot and that's all in one day! As there is no pollution in the air, the sun's UV rays are very strong, so it is extremely important to wear a hat and use a good sunscreen. Beat the heat (and the crowds) by completing all your energetic activities before lunch, leaving the afternoon for a swim, alfresco lunch or just relaxing under a shady tree.
The Hazards, Freycinet National Park

 


 

     
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