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Wineglass Bay Tours

Wineglass Bay from Mt. Amos
Group photo at Wineglass Bay Lookout
Souvenir Photo Wineglass Bay Day Tours
Spectacular views from the clifftop walk at Cape Tourville Lighthouse
Guests cuddle at Honeymoon Bay
Wallabies eating leaves
The pristine serenity of Honeymoon Bay
Tour group watch whales in Coles Bay
Guest embracing the nature on Mt Amos
Tasmania's most entertaining and informative tour from Hobart to Wineglass Bay in the Freycinet National Park, on Tasmania's East Coast. Starting at your accommodation in Hobart we follow the Great Eastern Drive, stopping along the way to enjoy highlights such as Raspins Beach (Orford) and The Bark Mill (Swansea). Your Tasmanian guide will entertain you with local tales and explain the rich history, features and industries of the area. Lunch is at Coles Bay, enjoy the freshest seafood Tasmania has to offer at the amazing Freycinet Marine Farm or choose from the wide selection at the local bakery, takeaway shop or supermarket. With over four hours to explore Freycinet National Park, we'll walk to the Wineglass Bay Lookout and enjoy one of the Top Ten Wilderness Beaches in the World. You then choose to continue down to the shimmering white sands of Wineglass Bay Beach or explore Honeymoon Bay and panoramic Cape Tourville. Swim, explore, relax, you decide! On the way home, you can relax in your recliner seats and enjoy the DVD screens on our comfortable air-conditioned bus. You'll be back in Hobart, delivered to your preferred drop-off location by 6.30 -7 p.m.

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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