Browse peninsula pink granite mountains, white sandy beaches and blue sea at Freycinet National Park.
Capture the stunning scenery at Wineglass Bay with your camera. Then, swimming, boating, fishing, snorkeling and diving in nan gorgeous white beaches. Go down the cliff in the mountains Hazards and dual axle vehicles rose to the Cape Tourville lighthouse, the scenery will make you wonder. Friendly Beaches surf from the beach and kayaking in the sea close to the dolphins in Honeymoon Bay. View the wetland birds at Moulting Lagoon and watch the humpback whales that migrate in a boating trip. Walking through the jungle undergrowth through Aboriginal midden and get information about French explorers who first discovered this paradise. In the afternoon, relax at the inn overlooking the bay of Great Oyster Bay and enjoy fresh seafood and a glass of wine produced from local vineyards
Five ways to visit the Freycinet
1. By enjoying the natural beauty around
Walk across the top of the corrugated Hazards mountains to enjoy spectacular views of Wineglass Bay, where the misty mountains of red-gray, turquoise sea and white sand meet. You'll see sea birds, wild flowers and compote Tasmania beautiful coral-pools within a half hour trip to get there. Then down through the woods to a secluded sandy beach. You can also ride the tour from coast flights Friendly Beach and see the stunning Freycinet Coast from the air. To truly enjoy the natural wonders of Freycinet, on a ship from Coles Bay and camping in remote wilderness in the Bryan Beach.
2. Constantly moving
Down along the sea cliffs in the mountains of granite Hazards and steep gray rock climbing in the Whitewater Lassies Wall and Wall. Double axle vehicles rose to a rocky beach on the round bluestone Bay and Cape Tourville lighthouse, a place with an unforgettable sight. Fishing, swimming and surfing at the beach Friendly Beaches, then camped overnight on the white sand. To challenge walk, walk and camping in travel as far as 27 kilometers across the mountains Hazard Ranges. Or walk to the Wineglass Bay Lookout observation station to see the sights that you will always be remembered. Sailing to the Wineglass Bay boat catamarans. Or kayaking in the sea at dusk to Honeymoon Bay and other bays and sheltered beaches. If you want accompanied by an expert guide, take the tour boat to see whales and dolphins or learn the constellations of the southern sky.
3. With a variety of animals
Swimming with dolphins at Wineglass Bay. Explore the Great Oyster Bay and see the white belly sea eagle hovering in the air and the birds of Australia ganet that dive for food. If the little penguins are not fishing near the bay Coles Bay jetty, you can see it in a more distant. Boat ride to Schouten Island and see dolphins and whales jumping down the migration path of their fathers between June and September. Snorkel or dive around the Bay Coles Bay and Great Oyster Bay and saw hundreds of colorful fish that swim among the sea grass, sponges and stones. Wait for the emergence of rare New Holland mouse around the coast of Friendly Beaches. See wallabies, possums, beaked and potoru up close in one of the many tours across the forest undergrowth. In wetlands Moulting Lagoon, Freycinet area just outside, you can see black swans, pelicans and other birds oyster catcher colorful when it starts to conduct their activities in the morning.
4. Hunting history
In a guided tour, you can see the shells of oysters roasted on a big pile of garbage at Richardsons Beach Aborigines and deepened knowledge of the Aborigines Great Oyster Bay and Big River seafood and egg hunt geese here. Listen to the story of a shipwrecked whalers, early settlers and French explorers in the tour above sea kayaking around the coast of Freycinet and the original remote cove. Valuable history of the East Coast of Tasmania is written in the name of the place. Freycinet Peninsula is named based on the French voyages while Schouten Island was named by Dutch sailors who arrive early.
5. With plates and glasses of wine a fully charged
Taste the freshly shelled oysters in the Freycinet Marine Farm or watch the harvest oysters from the upper deck of a ship. Try wine pinot noir, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and Riesling winery in seven cold climates, a distance of one hour drive from Freycinet. Follow the culinary and wine tours along with local residents Freycinet. Or enjoy a tempting dishes are cooked with firewood in the hut that looked to the Great Oyster Bay. Peninsula sunny and cool this will transpire beef and sheep fed with fresh grass, the meat of game with a full flavor and fresh seafood that has just descended from the ship, including crayfish, mussels and oysters ax sweet-salty.