The Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park area in the island state of Tasmania is undoubtedly best known for the beautiful Wineglass Bay. This is a protected island landscape of coastal mountains and wonderfully tranquil beaches with numerous walking trails. The little seaside town of Coles Bay has been known to travelers through the years as the gateway to Tasmania’s spectacular Freycinet National Park. The park’s protected natural landscape is gorgeously etched with salmon pink granite mountains, a crystal clear cerulean blue sea and snow white sandy beaches. Enjoy panoramic views of the vast open landscape before you from the Cape Tourville Lighthouse, stretching over the stunning Wineglass Bay and the Tasmanian Sea, all the way to Schouten Island and the Hazards mountain range.
Freycinet National Park
Landscapes & Beach
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