The accommodation that we use on the track is of the very best available for both the guided and unguided packages.
Guided Walk Accommodation
Day One. Endeavour Inlet. No Road Inn A newly built lodge nestled beneath Mt Furneaux beside Furneaux wharf. The lodge has been designed and built by the owners Gary and Barbara Aston. Every attention to detail has been thought of in this premium property from large, spacious rooms with claw foot baths through to private balconies with sea views. If you like seafood then your going to love this place!
Day Two. Endeavour Inlet Mahana Lodge A recently renovated lodge, Mahana Homestead is a hidden jewel in this beautiful area. Ann and John Martin have lovingly created something quite wonderful here. A purpose built lodge surrounded by extensive native gardens with all rooms having private en suites and balconies with either bush or sea views where once you arrive you won't want to leave. A speciality of Mahana is using organically grown vegetables in all their meals. Take a kayak out to explore the area further once you have settled in.
Day Three. Lochmara Bay Lochmara Lodge Arts and Wildlife Center Tucked beside the water's edge in Lochmara Bay, the Lodge has its own sandy beach and is surrounded by the bush clad hills of the Marlborough Sounds. Unique and breathtakingly beautiful, Lochmara Lodge offers a total experience. Well appointed rooms all with sea views this is the perfect place to enjoy your last night on the track.
Day One. Endeavour Inlet Furneaux Lodge Furneaux Lodge looks out over the calm, clear water of the bay, embraced by 800 hectares of virgin native forest, unchanged since Captain Cook's first visit to the inlet in 1769. Part of the beauty of this historic destination is the isolation - no roads lead to Furneaux Lodge. Modern, comfortable ensuite rooms along with an excellent restaurants make this the ideal location for your first night on the Queen Charlotte Track.