Full-Day Tour To Wineglass Bay From Hobart

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  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 12 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    7:30 AM Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We pick up from any accommodation within the greater Hobart Area, including AirBnB and private residences and including the Eastern Shore suburbs between the Tasman Bridg.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Any accommodation within the greater Hobart area, including private/AirBnB addresses.
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Wineglass Bay is considered one of the top ten wilderness beaches in the world. This trip gives you many ways to experience the beautiful bay; whether it be from the main lookout(1.5-hour return walk), Wineglass Bay Beach(3-hours return walk) and the spectacular cliff top views from Cape Tourville and other local attractions.In summer bring sunscreen, swimmers and sun glasses and in winter, warm clothing.


  • Close encounter with wildlife
  • All entrance fees included
  • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Instant Confirmation

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Our Wineglass Bay tour departs from Hobart, heading east then following the Great Eastern Drive north. Well travel through the seaside towns of Orford, Triabunna and Swansea as we make our way along the East Coast of Tasmania towards the Freycinet National Park.  Well stop briefly along the way to take in some of the local highlights such as Raspins Beach (Orford), Spiky Bridge and The Bark Mill (Swansea).

Lunch will be had at Coles Bay, or at the Freycinet Marine Farm, the choice is yours! We recommend enjoying the huge selection of amazing fresh seafood available at the Freycinet Marine Farm. If seafood isnt your thing, the Freycinet Bakery Cafe or Take Away Shop have plenty to offer, or you can visit the Iluka Tavern or grab something simple from the Supermarket. Whatever you treat yourself with, be sure to also grab some drinking water because after lunch we go for our walk.

The walk to Wineglass Bay Lookout is one of the Great Short Walks of Tasmania and usually takes us around 45mins to get to the top. The 1.4 km walk is uphill on a rocky but well constructed path with stone steps. As a group, we walk to the Wineglass Bay Lookout where we help each other out to ensure we get the magic shots of Tasmanias most famous photographed views.  We enjoy the excitement and emotions of the moment and take in the rewarding and world famous view.

From the Lookout you will be given the option to return to the start of the walk with your guide, or for the keen walkers you can choose to spend the rest of your time completing the walk down to Wineglass beach (2hr return).  There you can enjoy a well deserved break with the famous white Wineglass Bay Beach sand between your toes, take a short stroll on the beach, take a swim in the stunning clear ocean, explore the rocky shoreline, the choice is yours!

If you choose to travel back with your guide, you will explore more of the Freycinet National Park through a series of short scenic walks.  Youll visit Honeymoon bay or Sleepy Bay and Cape Tourville Lookout.

After about 4-5 hours of fun and exploration in the Freycinet National Park we all reunite and jump aboard the bus again to make our way back to Hobart. The drive home is usually spent sharing our experiences and tales with each other and celebrating our amazing day out.  Well get you back at your accommodation around 6:30-7:00pm.


Guided tour of Wineglass Bay, Cape Tourville and Honeymoon Bay or Sleepy Bay

Visit the best beaches along Tasmania's East Coast including Raspins Beach and Friendly Beaches

Opportunity to indulge in some of Tasmania's freshest seafood at Freycinet Marine Farm.

Drinking water provided. Please bring your own bottle.

National Park fees

Local guides who love Tasmania and love sharing it with you

Free souvenir photo at Wineglass Bay Lookout

Free Wifi

Live commentary on board

Pickup and drop-off at any accommodation within the greater Hobart area

Transport by air-conditioned minivan

Entry/Admission - Maria Island National Park


Meals. However several stops are made during the tour where you can purchase food.

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Not wheelchair accessible

Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

Infant seats available

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Not wheelchair access

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  • 30-Dec-2019

    This is a great way of seeing Freycinet Park and the vineyards and coastline of the east. I liked the "choose your own adventure" aspect of the tour - I hiked down to the beach at Wineglass Bay while the rest of my tour group went to see a lighthouse and another beach nearby. We also got to see some local wildlife and other beautiful white sand beaches on the way to the park. Phil our guide did a great job of engaging with the group and sharing more about the area. I learned a lot and appreciated his driving skills!

  • 30-Dec-2019

    Me and my family had a wonderful time! Well organized. Thanks to our tour guide, Phil. Very professional, informative and helpful.

  • 25-Oct-2019

    Fabulous trip to Freycinet NP, the highlight being Wineglass Bay. It takes about 45 minutes to get to the view and it is uphill all the way but you are rewarded with stunning views. All the other stops were great too. Our guide, Phil, was very knowledgeable and friendly. Highly recommend this trip.

  • 22-Oct-2019

    Very enjoyable trip, Gino is a knowledgeable and interesting guide. The views at Wineglass Bay were worth the effort.

  • 15-Oct-2019

    This Tour was increíble, highly recomended, Our Tour guide Phil was friendly, provided plenty of information about Tasmania and quized us during the exercusion , lots of fun, took us to fantastic places for Morning Tea, great Bakery and recomended a Scallop Pie, amazing, great lunch and ice cream - Fantastic track walks, views just an indrebible day, even though was his Birthday he gave us his 110% - Highly recomended. Thank you so much Phil.

  • 03-Apr-2018

    The tour is fantastic. Our tour guide Phip (not too sure if spelling correctly) is experienced and knowlegeable of Tas. Highly recomend.

  • 25-Jan-2018

    Fantastic day with Gino and Phil our tour guides who engaged with everyone on the trip. Plenty of stops on the way as it is around a 2.5 hour drive from Hobart. The walk to the look-out was 1.5k uphill which in the heat was challenging but worth the view when you get there. From there you have an option of walking down into the bay or going on 2 shorter walks. Highly recommended.

  • 24-Jan-2018

    A fantastic tour and amazing experience!
    Our tour guide was great, funny and very knowledgeable. Beautiful and amazing views covered in this tour. The Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National Park were picturesque.
    Highly recommend.

  • 16-Jul-2017

    Geno, the tour guide is absolutely amazing as he is actually doing one on one care. He will take some great photo of you guys and even email them to you. He has his own Facebook page too. This tour includes a fantastic walks, the famous scallop pie, many beautiful bays! Definitely worth it!

  • 25-May-2017

    I loved this tour! I had a great time and the guide was very knowledgeable! It was a long drive and he made it more bearable by not only stopping frequently at interesting sites along the way and sharing tidbits of knowledge, but he also played a documentary about the Tasmanian Devil on the ride so we weren't just staring out the window. He was pleasant to talk to and was even familiar with the wallabies that hang out on the peninsula near the path. He clearly was a local and even included an extra stop to see some wallabies that were being rehabilitated for the wild! I was sad to hear that he will be doing less tours int he near future as I had hoped to send family and friends on this!

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