Accommodation for groups and families in Maydena Tasmania!
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Check out our quality Digs
If you want to be right in the heart of the action, you can’t go past Schoolmasters Digs for quality family and group accommodation in Maydena, Tasmania. Schoolmasters Digs is right next door to the world-class trails of Maydena Bike Park. Simply open the side gate and you’re there!
This light and spacious 4-bedroom house comfortably sleeps 12 people. Recently renovated, the house was originally home to the schoolmaster for the primary school, which is now the base for Maydena Bike Park.
Schoolmasters Digs underwent a contemporary renovation, resulting in a light and spacious property with a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, open-plan living room with wood fire, two bathrooms and laundry with washer and dryer. The living room opens out onto the deck, taking in magnificent views of the Mt Field National Park.
Your bike gear is well taken care of, with bike wash, tools and storage provided. See our renovation video here.
2 Double bunk (single top and bottom)
2 Double bunk (single top and bottom)
1 Double bunk (single top and bottom) + 1 single bed
2 single beds or 1 queen bed
Please provide notice of cancellation or changes to your booking in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Guests may cancel a booking up to 60 days prior to the booking and receive a refund less any booking/credit card fees incurred by us.
Guests will be charged 60% of the booking fee if cancellation is within 60 days of arrival.
No refund will be provided for cancellations made less than 14 days in advance of arrival or a no-show. The reservation may be rescheduled to another equivalent period subject to availability. Guests are advised to take out comprehensive travel insurance to cater for any unforeseen circumstances.
Maydena Bike Park & Shuttles
“Step into the wilderness. To the summit of a mountain. Choose your line and let gravity guide you.”
Need they say more!
The gravity-focused Maydena Bike Park has adrenalin written all over it, with a unique rainforest environment and a massive 820m vertical elevation. Designed and built by specialist trail company, Dirt Art, there are more than 62 individual trails, offering something for everyone from families to elite riders. Check out the top to bottom family-friendly ride or hit one of the epic pro trails.
The Maydena Bike Park base is located at 34-36 Kallista Road Maydena and offers shuttle uplift service, sightseeing tours, bike hire, retail bike shop, café, bar, skills coaching and more. Check out the Maydena Bike Park website for opening times Summer and Winter and a huge range of helpful information.
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These views will have you spellbound. The Eagles Eyrie lookout, formerly a Forestry Tasmania tourism venture, is the summit of the Maydena Bike Park.
Eagles Eyrie is at the top of Abbott’s Peak, a mountain on the edge of Tasmania’s South-West World Heritage Wilderness area. ‘Eyrie’ is a term for the nest of an eagle or other bird of prey, built in a high inaccessible place and perfectly captures this breathtaking spot. Towering 1100 metres above sea level, perched at the top edge of Abbott’s Peak, yet lying in the ‘saddle’ is the Eagles Eyrie, a large glass and timber building, with restaurant, function centre and large viewing platforms.
Head up for a coffee and take in the fresh clear air and stunning 360-degree views.
Just a short drive from Maydena, you’ll find Mt Field National Park, home to one of Tasmania’s most beautiful waterfalls, Russell Falls.
Arguably one of Tasmania’s prettiest waterfalls, Russell Falls is a tiered cascade waterfall just a short walk from the park’s visitor centre. Easy to get to, the 20-minute return walk to the falls is on a good track and boardwalk through a lovely rain forest.
The Tyenna River between Westerway and Maydena in Tasmania’s south enjoys a reputation as one of the state’s premier trout fishing rivers. The Tyenna is regularly in the top 10 most popular river fisheries in the state and enjoys a high catch rate.
It is renowned for its large head of fish, consistent flows, beautiful surroundings and challenging angling. The river also has a reputation as big fish water with several trophy fish taken each season. The trout population is dominated by browns with a sprinkling of rainbows and even the occasional Atlantic salmon.
This is a truly unique way to experience the rainforest in Maydena and Mt Field National Park. Railtrack Riders is Australia’s only pedal railway. The easy-to-operate vehicles give you exclusive access to a tract of the southern Tasmanian rainforest via a historic rail line.
Being pedal-powered, the Railtrack Riders allow visitors to travel at their own pace and fully experience the sights, sounds and smells of the rainforest. A wonderful family-friendly experience. Check out the Railtrack Riders website for more information.