Explore the wonders of Freycinet National Park by hiking to the iconic Wineglass Bay, relaxing in one of its many peaceful coves or exploring the rugged coastline of Cape Tourville.
The beauty of Wineglass Bay is best seen from the summit of Mount Amos. A part of the Hazards Mountain range, this viewpoint offers an unbeatable view of the stunning geography of the region. A word of warning: The walk to the summit of Mount Amos can be dangerous, especially when it’s wet. The steep gradient of the smooth granite is not for the faint hearted. If you don’t fancy risking it all, then try the Wineglass Bay Lookout. This 1-hour walk still offers spectacular views of the bay.
Towering over the coastline, boasting spectacular pink granite peaks, are The Hazards. This mountain range offers brilliant views of Freycinet National Park and a variety of walking tracks, lookouts and biking trails which are a great way to explore this beautiful corner of the world.
Coles Bay is set at the foot of The Hazards and is defined by its crystal-clear waters and breathtaking sunsets. Here you’ll find Freycinet lodge which is a perfect spot from which to visit the park.
Hidden away at the southern end of Coles Bay is Honeymoon Bay. This is the best place to enjoy the tranquillity of the bay and is best experienced at sunset.
Taking a break from the calm waters of Coles Bay, Cape Tourville shows off the wilder side of the park. Cape Tourville lighthouse has protected shipping along this coast since 1971. Views along the coastline from here at magnificent. Don’t forget to stop at Sleepy Bay on your way out to the cape.