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Address: Unnamed Rd,, Freycinet TAS 7215, Australia
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  • From Hobart: Wineglass Bay And Freycinet
    From Hobart: Wineglass Bay And Freycinet
    4 ReviewsDuration: 1 day

    Wineglass Bay is nestled in the Freycinet National park on the east coast of Tasmania, voted amongst the top beaches in the world. This is an area rich in stunning landscapes, pink granite mountains, pristine water, white sandy beaches and wildlife.

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  • Need to few walk and hike. But it's really worthy. The view can see all coles bay and wineglass bay. Although weather is not good when we went there. But the view still great!

  • Just stunning! Well worth the walk. Make sure you take water the trek up can take it out of you a little but there's plenty of spots to stop and catch your breath and the gorgeous view. Watch out for Wallabies hopping along beside​ the track we saw a couple really close up.

  • Chose Weds to head down - thinking it would be the quietest day of the week. Sadly enough, so did the park renovation team - the Lookout Track, beaches and the Hazard Route were all under repairs, which meant we only managed to get a sighting of the Bay at the Lookout spot. Pity though. Still, it was a great sight to see.

  • Amazing experience in my life.The Wine glass lookout was the memorable experiences of me and my husband.

  • Although the shortest of the walks within the national park, it is not easy for a non hiking middle aged tourist like myself. But well worth the effort. The trek and lookout is truly amazing. Plan ahead, taking water, good shoes and sunscreen. It's not a race up, take rests as needed and enjoy the views from the pit stops along the way. It does cost money to enter the national park and during peak times you need to wait to find a carpark.

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