Freycinet Experience Walk: 4-day Hike in the Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Together with an experienced guide, discover the best of the Tasmanian bush and coast on this 4-day hiking adventure in the Freycinet National Park.

4 days
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
All Levels
Fit
Private

Highlights

  • See the famous Wineglass Bay first-hand

  • Hike through some of the most beautiful scenery in Australia

  • Learn more about the local flora and fauna

Description

Join us on one of the Great Walks of Australia as we hike through the classic Freycinet Peninsula trail over four days. We’ll explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park and discover the best of the Tasmanian bush.

On this trip, we’ll hike on average for 6km per day. The hikes are not technically difficult but you will need a moderate level of fitness. We’ll finish every day at a comfortable lodge so you’ll be able to get the necessary rest you need for another day of hiking. We’ll also be able to enjoy awesome local food and wine.

Our adventure will start in Hobart when we pick you up and drive to the picturesque beach town of Coles Bay. This will be our base for the whole trip. Over the four days, we’ll explore classic sites like Wineglass Bay where we can even have a swim. We’ll also get to walk through lush plant life and walk along beautiful beaches.

This really is one of the best hikes in Australia, take this opportunity to experience it.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Coles Bay

Day one will be spent exploring Coles Bay town. We’ll also take a boat trip to Schouten Island where we’ll be able to hike up to Bear Hill. In the evening we’ll enjoy some good food and wine.

Day 2: Wineglass Bay

On day two we’ll take a boat to Cook’s Beach before starting our hike to the top of Mt Graham and then down into Wineglass Bay. Here we’ll get the opportunity to traverse the Quartzite Ridge. You can even go for a swim in the bay. When we’re done we’ll return to Coles Bay.

Day 3: Bluestone Bay

Day three takes us to Bluestone Bay, where we’ll climb the cliff tops and follow a track used by the Indigenous Oyster Bay tribe. Along the way, we’ll take in the beautiful Tasmania plant and animal life. We’ll finish the day with a walk along the beach before we head back to our accommodation.

Day 4: Saltwater Lagoon and Issac's Point

Our last day will be spent hiking to the Saltwater Lagoon and Issac’s Point. We might see some pelicans and black swans. If you want you’ll be able to squeeze in a swim at some point. At the end of the day, we’ll drop you back to Hobart.


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