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Trip Planner: South Pacific / Australia / Tasmania / Glamorgan-Spring Bay / Freycinet / Coles Bay / Freycinet National Park
Blessed with secluded bays, clean white-sand beaches, and bird-filled wetlands, Freycinet National Park offers a range of outdoor activities for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. The park's natural assets include the much-photographed Wineglass Bay and the imposing pink granite peaks of the Hazards Range that dominate the Peninsula. There are many ways to experience the park's scenic landscapes--from short walks and long treks to half-day cruises and camping. The pristine waters of the Tasmanian Sea abound with marine life, which makes kayaking, diving, and snorkeling especially appealing. Amenities include a visitor center, electric barbecues, picnic tables, and restrooms. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Freycinet National Park and many more Coles Bay attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Coles Bay online route planner.
Freycinet National Park reviews
A beautiful national park that was well kept and looked after. Lots of camping spots and clean amenities for the public to access.
A beautiful national park that was well kept and looked after. Lots of camping spots and clean amenities for the public to access. more »
Beautiful spot to wander around and enjoy nature. There are a few different options for different fitness levels. I would recommend wandering around and enjoying nature and everything Tasmania has to.... more
Beautiful spot to wander around and enjoy nature. There are a few different options for different fitness levels. I would recommend wandering around and enjoying nature and everything Tasmania has to.... more »
Magnificent national park! Huge mountains by the sea, great trails, lighthouses, beaches, vehicle and car access plus camping spots. The bathrooms were great. Some of the hikes like wine glass bay had a huge payoff. My favourite was the lighthouse, walk, seeing the seals play and all the sea birds and penguins on the nugget islands. Listening to yellow tail cockatoos fly past and eating delicious seafood from the Freycinet bay paired with local wines. Magnificent place to indulge and enjoy.
Easy walk, but budget 1.5 hours due to photo taking time and navigating around people). Realistically about a 25 minutes walk up and about 10-15 return without too much exertion (at least for us - middle age but fit). It's meant to be a one way path (way up is different to way to car park), but we saw a number of people go the wrong way around... Well worth the views but no one was at the beach so we gave that a skip.
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