When it comes to finding unspoiled and breathtaking nature in Tasmania, you won’t find anywhere more beautiful than Freycinet National Park.

Despite being a national park, there are plenty of things to do in Freycinet National Park to keep you busy for a couple of days.

Things to Do in Freycinet National Park

Freycinet ranks as one of my top places to visit in Tasmania, and after seeing all the highlights from our visit to this Tasmanian natural beauty below, you’re about to discover why…

Hike to Wineglass Bay

Within Freycinet Peninsular is famous Wineglass Bay – consistently rated as one of the world’s best beaches. It’s definitely one of the best beaches in Australia.

Hike to Hazards Beach

Just a 30-minute flat walk across the small strip of land from Wineglass Bay brings you to Hazards Beach, a beach that is pure, remote, desolate, peaceful, and breathtaking.

Check Out Coles Bay Village

Set in a spectacular location with uninterrupted views of the red and pink granite peaks known as The Hazards, it’s a small town with a few shops and cafes.

Check Out The Friendly Beaches, Freycinet

Spectacular views and miles of unspoiled white sand beaches are the main features of The Friendly Beaches, which were added to the national park in 1992.

Visit Honeymoon Bay

Beautiful Honeymoon Bay is a bay within a bay, and is part of the larger Coles Bay. It’s a popular destination for picnics and snorkeling and offers stunning views over the hazards.

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