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Pygmy Possum Lodge, Charlotte Pass

Located at Charlotte Pass, Pygmy Possum Lodge can cater for up to 54 guests and is a non smoking self help lodge. This means that you get to enjoy a great holiday in a relaxed surrounding and save by doing your own cooking and sharing tasks around the lodge.

All bedrooms have modern ensuites. Each room is supplied with pillows and doonas but you must supply your own linen and towels.

The lodge has 2 large kitchens, 2 large drying rooms and a large lounge area. You will have to provide all your own meals while at the lodge so bring a supply of food as there is limited shopping facilities within the village.

Accommodation Options

Lodge rooms

All bedrooms have modern ensuites and offer 2, 3 or 4 people accommodation. Each room is supplied with pillows and doonas but you must supply your own linen and towels.


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