Freycinet National Park & Wineglass Bay

Posted in Animals, Landscape, Nature, Travel at 8:01 pm by Warren Williams

The arrival into the Freycinet National Park is marked with some spectacular views and pristine clear waters. After breakfast on the shore of Coles Bay, headed for the main carpark at the base of the Hazards (620m). Chose to complete the 11.5km walk over the Hazards, down through to Wineglass Bay, and across the isthmus to Hazards Beach, before finally zipping around the base of Mt Hazard on the coastal track.

Wineglass Bay Lookout
The first 45min walking uphill is rewarded with some spectacular views across Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay Lookout

Wineglass Bay
Wineglass Bay with the approaching surf

Freycinet Wallabies
Plenty of Wallabies around, as well as snakes, frogs and spiders!

Hazards Beach
Glorious Hazards Beach

Idyllic Hazards Beach, Tasmania
Idyllic Hazards Beach

Hazards Beach / Cove
Northern end of Hazards Beach

Honeymoon Bay
Honeymoon Bay with stunning clear water

Sun burst Freycinet
Rain clouds on their way in, blocking the sun

Sun briefly comes out again to light up the Hazards


  1. Andy said,

    December 30, 2008 at 12:23 am

    The last shot of the Hazards is cool – nice lighting.

  2. Anke said,

    December 30, 2008 at 9:59 am

    Wow, what a stunning walk that looks like. NIce shots, Warren đŸ™‚

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