- Pink granite mountains
- White sandy beaches and turquoise water
- Wineglass Bay in the top 10 of Lonely Planet’s best beaches
- Spectacular views across Great Oyster Bay
- Picnic lunch on Wineglass Bay for those who enjoy bushwalking
Freycinet National Park is a peninsular situated on Tasmania’s sunny East Coast. The most iconic part of this National Park is Wineglass Bay. Along this spectacular coastline are pristine beaches and unspoilt wilderness.
Freycinet has many natural assets, such as the pink granite peaks of the Hazards Range, secluded beaches and bird filled lagoons.