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Mention the Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay to a Tasmanian and you’ll see eyes light up with thoughts of fishing, boating, bush walking, sea kayaking, rock climbing, sun, sand and spectacular coastal scenery.

Where else in Australia can you find pink granite mountains rising straight from the sea to form a magnificent sheltered waterway or one of the top ten beaches in the world, Wineglass Bay?

Whether it be spending time in nature alone or being part of an organised group tour, there is so much see and do to in the region that you could spend a week or a month here and still not get to do everything available. 


Wineglass Bay

There are numerous walks in the Freycinet National Park that include the world famous Wineglass Bay. The Lookout will give you one of Tasmania’s most celebrated views over the beautiful white sands of Wineglass Bay. The track is a short, fairly steep climb to the saddle between Mt Amos and Mt Mayson.

The new lookout has spectacular views over Wineglass Bay. From there you can return the way you came or follow the track down and spend time on the pristine beach. You may be lucky enough to spot a passing group of whales or a pod dolphins playing in the waves.


With remarkable coastal views of Freycinet National Park and a well-constructed walkway, this very easy walk is a great way for everyone to experience Freycinet. The elevated track loops around the automated lighthouse at Cape Tourville.

The track is wide, with even surfaces and gently graded slopes. Much of the walk is on a raised boardwalk which, at times, takes you right to the cliff edge, offering amazing views. Sights include the Hazards, Wineglass Bay and nearby offshore rocks known as The Nuggets.

Keep an eye out for wildlife. Sea birds, sea-eagles, whales, seals and dolphins have all been seen from here. Binoculars and a camera are recommended.


Freycinet Adventures offer award winning guided sea kayak tours and Aqua Taxi transfers into the heart of Freycinet National Park. Boasting Tasmania’s sunniest climate the Freycinet Peninsula is filled with outstanding natural beauty. Pink Granite mountains, white sandy beaches and turquoise water.

Our tours depart from the town of Coles bay which sits at the foot of the Hazard Mountain Range on the edge of world renowned Freycinet National Park. Surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Great Oyster Bay & the Tasman sea, kayaking is the perfect way to discover this area.

Our sea kayak tours depart year round and are run by our team of expert guides. We provide all the gear, including stable double kayaks and warm jackets.


Freycinet Golf Club is located on the Freycinet Peninsula and is only two minutes drive from the Freycinet Coastal Retreat.  The Freycinet Golf course was designed by Bill Husband and opened in 1993.


It is challenging and enjoyable for all players and a true test for the serious golfer. We are a community course and all works are done by members who give their time for free in pursuit of a great course for all to enjoy. The course is a par 72, The Slope rating is 129 for Men and 120 for Women. It contains three par threes, three par fours and three par five holes.


Located on Freycinet Peninsula, along the spectacular Great Eastern Drive, our pristine waters, fresh air and the abundance of sea life make for perfect oyster farming conditions. 

Their head guide Declan is a real deal oyster farmer down at Freycinet Marine Farm, working along side the wonderful Giles & Julia Fisher to produce high quality pacific oysters and mussels, delivered straight from the farm to the shop. 

It doesn't get any fresher than eating oysters straight out of the ocean. So we invite you to pop on some waders, wade out into the waters, harvest oysters straight off the rack, and enjoy our authentic oyster farm tasting experience


Freycinet Air has been conducting scenic flights around the stunningly beautiful Freycinet National Park since 1997 with an impeccable safety record.

Our tours depart Friendly Beaches airport and we offer a variety of flight routes including Wineglass Bay, Freycinet Peninsula, Schouten Island, Maria Island, Bay of Fires and Port Arthur. We are also able to customise tours in order to cater for your specific needs. Get in touch with our friendly staff to find out what we are capable of.


ALL4 delivers the perfect blend of fun and adventure in a truly unique, world class destination.

Located in the seaside town of Coles Bay, ALL4 provides an unforgettable way of experiencing the beauty and wonder of Freycinet National Park.


Our vehicles let you explore otherwise inaccessible destinations within the national park.

We are family-friendly, cater for all ability levels, and tours operate all year round.


Cruise the spectacular coastline of Freycinet National Park from Coles Bay to Wineglass Bay. Be enthralled by the stunning granite coastline, including the dramatic pink peaks of the Hazards range.

Discover a coast dotted with sparkling white sand beaches, including Cooks and Bryans beaches, only accessible by water or a full day bushwalk. Explore the inner passage of remote Schouten Island, home to little penguins and short tailed shearwaters, before heading into the Tasman Sea towards Wineglass Bay. Look out for various hidden sea caves, blowholes and waterfalls amongst the sheer granite cliffs.


Whether you’re a novice or a pro you can expect to be impressed. We have 6.5 acres of playing fields consisting of realistic structures and props to set the ultimate combat scene! You can choose the open field if you’re fearless or seek solace in a bunker, trench or fort.


Please note, You need to be at least 16-years-old to play paintball in Tasmania.

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