Wineglass Bay Cruises – Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Join Pennicott Wilderness Journeys for an unforgettable four and a half hour eco-cruise around the Freycinet National park coastline 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. Take in the sheer beauty of Wineglass Bay from the rarely seen perspective of the water.
Keep a lookout for dolphins, seals, albatross and sea eagles and whales are regularly sighted on their annual migration from September to December and May to July.
Wineglass Bay Cruises departs daily. Closed Christmas Day.

Contact Details

61 Jetty Road
Coles Bay, 7215

6257 0355
[email protected]
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