Freycinet Experience Walk

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Take a breathtaking journey of Tasmania's stunning east coast with the four-day Freycinet Experience Walk.

If you want a true outdoor experience in Tasmania, exploring its natural wonders and wild coastline then this is the journey that you're looking for.

The award winning guided walk, covers the entire length of the Freycinet Peninsula where you will encounter pink granite mountains, white sand beaches, towering forests and an abundance of native wildlife.

The Freycinet Peninsula also contains what is often called one of the best beaches in the world, Wineglass Bay.

The beautiful arc that contains the spectacular ice-blue water is referred to as the "best-known jewel" of the peninsula, where you can stand from the rocks above the bay and take in the wondrous sights.

The first day of the Freycinet experience will see walkers leave Hobart for a scenic journey to Coles Bay and a sea cruise down the western length of the Peninsula. Arriving at Schouten Island walkers will enjoy a picnic lunch before heading up to Bear Hill to take in breathtaking views.

Day two will have walkers visiting the renowned Wineglass Bay for a swim in the crystal blue waters, later climbing to the lookout for stunning views and great photo opportunities!

The third day of the journey will lead walkers to the secluded Bluestone Bay, exploring the geology of White Water Wall before climbing the surrounding cliff tops.

The final leg of the experience will give walkers the option of trekking along the ridgeline of Mt Mary to Saltwater Lagoon, which is the nesting ground of pelicans and black swans. Enjoy a delicious brunch before strolling along the Friendly Beaches to Isaac's Point, signalling the end of a spectacular journey.

You can start making your plans for a summer getaway in Freycinet's four-day Experience Walk, for a nature experience to remember.

Did we tell you about the food

The confortable accommodation during the walk


Famous Wineglass Bay

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