Wineglass Bay and Freycinet

On the East Coast of Tasmania lies magnificent Freycinet National Park a peninsula with a dramatic coastline of cliffs, coves and beaches. The breathtaking towering granite mountains, known as the Hazards dominate the landscape of the Park surrounded by the stunning turquoise waters of Coles Bay and Great Oyster Bay. At the edge of the peninsula lies magnificent Wineglass Bay voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the world. The walk along the Peninsula Circuit of Freycinet National Park is ranked as one of Tasmania's 5 Great Bushwalks. The walk includes all of Freycinet's finest features from colourful woodlands of blue gums and peppermints, heathlands, breathtaking granite peaks, abundant birdlife, stunning beaches and the most incredible scenery you can imagine.

There is so much to do down here including:

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