Path More Travelled

Instagram


Something is wrong. Response takes too long or there is JS error. Press Ctrl+Shift+J or Cmd+Shift+J on a Mac.
Path More Travelled

Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Kathryn SaraKathryn Sara

Freycinet National Park, is a beautiful, lush national park that offers great hiking spots, pristine beaches, and picturesque mountains ranges. This national park is home to the famous Wineglass Bay, one of the best beaches in the world. Coles Bay is a great place to base yourself when exploring Freycinet National Park.
Recommended Stay: 3-5 days

Activities

Mount Amos

Take the incredible hike up this gorgeous mountain and experience a climb like no other. With breathtaking views of Wineglass Bay, Coles Bay, and the Freycinet National Park, this hike is well worth the hard climb. An absolute must do when driving along the east coast of Tasmania.

Note: Mount Amos is a hard mountain to climb. It is, at points, literally rock climbing and at times I thought I may very well fall off this mountain. Make should you are physically fit and carry plenty of water and snacks.

Mount Amos Summit

Mount Amos Summit, Freycinet National Park

Honeymoon Bay

Relax along this beautiful bay enjoying the Australian sun. A great destination to get your snorkels out and snorkel along the beautiful corals that are walking distance from shore. Set up a picnic lunch and make a day of it down at Honeymoon Bay.

Honeymoon Bay

Honeymoon Bay, Freycinet National Park

Cape Tourville Lighthouse

Take the windy road up to this cute lighthouse that has a wonderful view of the ocean and Freycinet National Park. Walk along the boardwalk and see a different view of the Hazards and Wineglass Bay.

Cape Tourville Lighthouse

Cape Tourville Lighthouse, Freycinet National Park

Nearby Places

Schouten Island
Location: 1.6 km south of Freycinet National Park via boat
There is no ferry service to get to the island so that means the Schouten Island is very secluded. A great island for snorkelling, camping and canoeing and it is literally untouched.

Next Destination: Hobart, TAS

Comments 0
There are currently no comments.