Hawthorn Lodge Tasmania
  • Hawthorn Lodge Tasmania
  • Heritage Listed Bed and Breakfast
  • Beautiful Gardens
  • Breakfast using our local produce
  • Operating since 1869
  • En Suite bedrooms
  • Our friendly horse
  • Feeding the chickens
  • Excellent Value Dinner
  • Games in the Garden
  • Historic Bushy Park Village
  • Home Made Jams
  • Russell Falls
  • Welcome

    Hawthorn Lodge has been welcoming guests since 1869. A delightful heritage listed building in the rural village of Bushy Park, 40 minutes from Hobart and ten from New Norfolk. Mt Field with Russell Falls is a major tourist attraction in Tasmania and very close and there is much more. Hawthorn Lodge accommodation is well presented with an attention to detail in all the furnishings and rooms and set up to relax and enjoy.

    To find out what is happening please read the Hawthorn Lodge Blog and the Hawthorn Lodge news page.








  • Accommodation

    Hawthorn Lodge offers heritage listed accommodation with all the charm of yesteryear. This lovely homestead was first built in 1869 by the Shoobridge Family, the original hop farmers in Busy Park.

    The rooms are spacious, very comfortable and oozing with Olde world features. Hawthorn Lodge offers two large ensuite rooms on the ground floor and two rooms with shared bathroom facilities on the upper floor. All stays come with continental breakfast included in the price and a hearty cooked breakfast can be ordered for a small extra fee. [ Book Now ]





    Maydena Bike Park

  • Lazy Teas

    Enjoy a delicious old style cream tea at the Lazy Tearooms, situated in Hawthorn Lodge. Freshly baked scones, served with locally made fruit jams then topped with delectable clotted cream, and you can choose the tea of your choice served in the porcelain teapots and cups.

    Coffee is available as well. Bring a friend or family for a special occasion or just treat yourself. Tea can be served on the Veranda overlooking the 100 year old Canadian Sequoias trees in the beautiful grounds or on cooler days, tea is served by the roaring fire.







    Kayaking