“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list” – Susan Sontag

View over Wineglass Bay, Photo by Jordan Redshaw on Unsplash

Whether you’re looking for relaxing white sand beaches or buzzing locations to go hiking, look no further!

On Tasmania’s east coast, Freycinet National Park is a place of wild beauty. Towering pink-hued mountains, known as the Hazards, shadow the landscape, and at their foot are the calm, blue waters of Wineglass Bay. Coastal forests beckon keen hikers, while gourmands delight in local seafood and cool climate wines.

Freycinet National Park was named after its first European visitor, Louis de Freycinet.

White Sand Beach, Photo by keith davey on Unsplash

We can’t wait to go swimming in the fresh waters of Wineglass Bay! Come up for a breath of fresh air and you may even spot a White-bellied Sea Eagle gliding overhead! Also, if you’re bored with blue waters they also have red wine coloured water at the southern end! Irresistible, right?

There’s still so much to see! Happy dreaming!