East Coast - Tasmania
One of the many rivers throughout the East Coast.

Freycinet Peninsula

East Coast - Tasmania

Tasmania’s east coast has picture-perfect, white sandy beaches and endless blue horizons, and some of the state’s most diverse and captivating national parks.

East Coast - Tasmania

Freycinet Peninsula is well known for its white sand beaches and the most beautiful clean water in Tasmania. Wineglass Bay has regularly been voted among the top 10 beaches in the world. The Freycinet National Park is located alongside Coles Bay which is a very popular tourist destination.

Facilities

There are places such as Madge Molloys for fresh seafood, or The Edge for something to eat. There are cabins at Iluka Holiday Centre & The Edge of the Bay.

Things To Do

Guided Bushwalks

Boat Tour of the Peninsula

Learn how the Aboriginals survived on fish and kelp and how the European settlement affected them in the early nineteenth century.

Sea Kayaking

In Great Oyster Bay



cindy

By cindy

Cindy is Absolutely Australia's site curator and blogger. She is also the CEO of Absolutely Australia and the creative director of the website. Cindy is the creative director at clearFusion Digital.

15 Mar 2014

East Coast - Tasmania Travel Blogs

  • Coles Bay

    Coles Bay

    Coles Bay is a small town gateway to The Hazards, Wineglass Bay and Freycinet Peninsula with a small population of 110.

  • Freycinet Peninsula

    Freycinet Peninsula

    Freycinet Peninsula is well known for its white sand beaches and the most beautiful clean water in Tasmania.

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