Freycinet Walking Tour

Freycinet Walking Tour is a locally guided small group 5.5-hour walking journey and aqua taxi experience. Connect with local knowledge and interpretive storytelling as you discover the richness of Wineglass Bay and less frequented corners of the Freycinet National Park.
Departing from the Lodge, your local guide will take you over the spectacular Hazards mountain range to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, where views of the iconic bay will be sure to astound you. After a quick photo, you’ll make the short descent along the Eucalypt-lined track to the pristine white sands of Wineglass Bay beach. Here your guide will offer a short break to enjoy morning tea and a hot drink, as you take in the breathtaking scenery.
The next leg of this journey will take you across to the other less frequented side of the peninsula, to the stunning Hazards Beach. Leaving only your footprints, you will learn of the unique animals that call this special place home and the history behind its magnificent shores and pink granite peaks. From here, you will be guided to the southernmost point of the beach to enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch and wander along the beach looking for treasures.
After exploring the beach, jump aboard the Freycinet Aqua Taxi to see the peninsula from a different perspective as you journey back to the Lodge.

Contact Details

By Arrangement
Coles Bay, 7215

0401 028 906
[email protected]
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