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Freycinet National Park Day Tour

The Hazards are part of a small granite ridge of mountains that forms the backbone of the Peninsula.
Honeymoon Bay a great place to swim or go snorkelling
Crayfish, Scallops, Oysters, and much more available.
Sea Eagle near the edge of cliffs on the Freycinet Peninsula
The cliffs just below the Cape Tourville lighthouse are the ideal place to spot Whales and Dolphins
Young hiking couple sitting on huge pink granite boulder on the Hazards,  Wineglass Bay in B/G
Hazards Granite Mountains in background
Walkers arrive at Schouten Island. The island is approx 1km off the southern tip of Freycinet .
This is an active day tour and walking is required. Freycinet National Park is a not to be missed place to visit, with its magnificent beaches, including the iconic Wine Glass Bay. There is plenty to do for everyone, short beach walks, rugged walks for the adventurous to the top of the Hazards, swimming at safe sheltered beaches such as Honeymoon Bay, or perhaps spot a whale or some Dolphins from the Cape Tourville Lighthouse. Meet the tame wallabies in the car park and maybe spot a Sea Eagle from the cliff top on a walk to Hazards Beach.

Family Friendly

Non Smoking

Does not cater for people with access needs.


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