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Freycinet National Park

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The beauty of Tassie’s Freycinet National Park is undisputed. Best known as the home of Iconic Wineglass Bay, its appeal stretches way beyond! Everywhere you look, you will find one picture perfect vista after another: from the crystal-clear waters and curved beaches to the dramatic granite mountain range that rises supremely from the sheltered bay.  

Situated on the dramatic eastern coastline of Tasmania, Freycinet National Park stretches out along the peninsula overlooking the Tasman Sea and is all about showing off its wild beauty. Dramatic mountain ranges of the Hazards tower over the azure waters of Wineglass Bay, while lush coastal forest and dedicated walking tracks are perfect for any adventurer keen to capture Freycinet in all its glory. As Tassie’s oldest national park, Freycinet is home to over 49 species of native wildlife unique to Tasmania including Red-necked Wallabies and Eastern Quolls.  

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