How to get there?

The park is about two and half hours from ether Hobart or Launceston. The main park entrance and visitor centre are just after Coles Bay township about 25 km from the highway.

What can’t you miss?

The Freycinet Peninsula is effectively two eroded blocks of granite joined by a sand isthmus. Definitely the imposing granite peaks and white sandy beaches are the highlights. The warm, dry weather of the east coast encourages the growth of the dry forest and heath species with wildflowers are commonly seen. It is also a heaven for lizards and frogs.


What to do?

Freycinet has a wonderful coastal and mountain walking, ranging from short walks to the multiday Peninsula Track. There is also wildlife, wildflowers, sea kayaking, climbing or just relaxing on the beach.

What did we do there?

Our schedule and time at Tasmania was limited that’s why we have chosen for a short walk to Wineglass Bay. It was hot and humid but it’s worth it:) Wineglass Bay has been rates as one of the world’s ten best beaches. It was amazing experience and I truly recommend to visit it when you will be in Tasmania.