Freycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park is a magical location. Its stunning natural features make it one of Tasmania’s most famous destinations, but even with so many visitors it’s still possible to find secluded areas. For a multi-day kayak down the west coast of the peninsula, leave from Coles Bay and kayak south to camp at Hazards Beach or further down at Cooks Corner. Further south is Schouten Island, where Moreys Bay beckons with a white-sand beach, clear water and a good camping area. The island’s rugged coastline of cliffs and sea caves are best explored by sea-kayak. But no trip around Freycinet is complete without seeing the beautiful crescent of soft, white sand guarded by high peaks that is Wineglass Bay. To fully appreciate Wineglass Bay, make sure to spend some time on land, climbing to one of the viewing areas overlooking the bay.
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