Freycinet National Park is home to the famed Wineglass Bay, Honeymoon Bay, and the Hazard mountain ranges, as well as breathtaking scenery as far as the eye can see. Anyone who has visited Freycinet will tell you how beautiful it is.
This page contains information about things to do in Freycinet National Park. You can do it in one day, but I strongly encourage you to take at least two days to explore Freycinet National Park.
Freycinet National Park
If you only have one day to spend in Freycinet National Park, I recommend leaving as early as possible to enjoy your time there.
Wineglass Bay is a perfect way to start because it is by far the most popular attraction in Freycinet National Park.
Hike to Wineglass Bay Lookout and then down to Wineglass Bay Beach, as per our suggestion. It is completely remarkable due to the white sand, turquoise water, and red rocks that surround the beach’s edge.
Wineglass Bay Beach was voted one of the top ten beaches in the world, and you’ll have the beach to yourself because you’ll have to hike to get there.
You could easily spend an entire day in this area alone, but there is so much to see in the park that you will need to get going if you only have one day.
Honeymoon Bay is just a 2-minute drive down the road from the Wineglass Bay lookout car park. If you’ve prepared a picnic, you’ll go down to Honeymoon Bay to partake in it.
A shaded day-use area, restrooms, and some friendly wildlife await your arrival. Honeymoon Bay is breathtaking. The granite mountain ranges collide with the turquoise water, creating a landscape unlike any other.
Cape Tourville Lighthouse
Another attraction in Freycinet National Park that provides an overview of the Freycinet Peninsula is Cape Tourville Lighthouse, which is another 10 minutes down the coast.
The Cape Tourville Lighthouse is accessible through a 600-meter trail that wraps around the coast and provides spectacular views. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete this walk. Cape Tourville is one of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks, and it’s well worth a visit.
Friendly Beaches is the last stop on your frenetic day in Freycinet National Park. Pleasant Beaches are a perfect place to relax and enjoy the afternoon after your hiking adventures.
I’m sure you’ll be happily delighted by the long stretches of coastline with the whitest sand you’ll ever see.
Looking for a tour of Freycinet National Park?
Wine Glass Bay, Honeymoon Bay, Cape Tourville lighthouse, and welcoming beaches are all included in this tour, which departs from Hobart. For your Freycinet Tour, contact Tasmania Coachlines.