Freycinet National Park

  • Bunnik Tours
  • 10 Sep 20

Home to one of the most iconic bays in Australia, Freycinet National Park is one of Tasmania’s best kept secrets. Packed with pink granite mountains, white sand beaches and turquoise bays, this National Park is not to be missed.

Wineglass Bay by Jason Charles Hill

Wineglass Bay by Jason Charles Hill

Situated on Tasmania’s east coast, Freycinet National Park is around a 2.5 hour drive north from Hobart or a 2 hour drive south from Launceston. In around 1800, French explorer Louis de Freycinet sailed through the area and we for one are grateful that he did! This National Park is home to some of the most picturesque views in Australia.

Photo credit: Dean Hughes

Stunning landscapes and gorgeous sights are something Freycinet National Park does not lack. The breathtaking peaks of The Hazards welcome you as you enter the park, where you'll find powder white sand and crystal clear, blue waters at the foot of the mountain range.

Photo credit: Matt Donovan

The biggest draw card of the region is perhaps the spectacular Wineglass Bay. The short walk to the lookout is well worth it, especially when it offers breathtaking views of the world-famous bay. The beauty of this place is nothing like you’ve seen before, with the stark contrast between the bay and the surrounding Hazards creating an enchanting effect.

Have the incredible Freycinet National Park on your bucket-list? So do we! Explore it with us on our 14-day Tasmania in Depth small group tour escorted by Marion Bunnik. Discovering magic has never been easier.