Wineglass Bay

  • Accommodation:
    • Beachcomber Hotel
  • Transport:
    • If driving, the Tasman Highway to Coles Bay Road takes you around 28 kms to reach the township. Along the road you’ll see a chain of white sandy beaches called Friendly Beaches
    • Calows Coaches travels to Freycinet
    • Aqua Taxis are an easy and fun way to explore the Freycinet Peninsula. A return trip to Hazards Beach allows visitors to walk on Wineglass Bay
  • Things to see:
    • Wineglass Bay
    • Cape Raoul
    • The Tasman Island Lighthouse
    • Shipsterns Bluff
    • Food and wine tour
    • Sea kayaking
    • Scuba diving
    • Deep sea fishing
    • Great Oyster Bay
    • Hazards Range
  • Tips:
    • Wineglass Bay is a short walk from the camping grounds at Coles Bay and involves an uphill climb through The Hazards to a rocky lookout, followed by a downhill walk to the beach
    • The walk takes around 2 hours from the entrance of the Freycinet National Park
    • Longer walking tours (4 days) are possible
    • A walk around the white sands to the park entrance via the Hazards Range gives you views over Great Oyster Bay and the coastline