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Best things to do in Freycinet

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“ROAD TRIP!! 2 and a bit hours drive up the east coast. Spectacular scenery and win yards on the way.”
32 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Famous wine glass bay , walk up saddle to lookout , or walk up Mt Amos but make sure you also go the lighthouse lookout . ”
19 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“See the Freycinet Peninsular from the water. It is spectacular. Perfect if you don;t feel like climbing a mountain for the view - lunch provided, bar onboard. Another award winning adventure company.”
10 locals recommend
Café
4 locals recommend
Store
“It has a lovely view from its deck over the bay and is good food as well as sunset views.”
8 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“Let Brad introduce you to our wonderful food and wine - a progressive degustation with you in it! Visit wineries, try local specialties. No hassles about drink driving.”
2 locals recommend
Corner Shop
“Good prices, everything that you need for a small local store. This is also the Local Post office.”
4 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“The visitors centre has plenty of suggestions for many walks in the Park from sitting on the beach at Honeymoon Bay or doing the hill climb to view world famous Wineglass Bay or the drive to look at the lighthouse and coastline from Cape Tourville or the wild beaches like Friendly Beaches or day walks down the peninsula to Hazards Beach or overnight walk to Cooks Beach.”
6 locals recommend
Bar
“Tavern meals and beers on tap, like any Australian pub, plus one of our beers on tap too. The beer will change, depending on the season and what Mark thinks is drinking the best. As with everywhere in Coles Bay, great service and good food. ”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Wood fired pizza, plus extras on offer at this local cafe. And of course coffee. Views to the Hazard Mountains from the deck outside. A relaxing spot in summer. ”
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“2.5 hours from Launceston.. You can do this as a day trip from Launceston. The walk to Wineglass Bay Lookout is a must, walk back to the carpark via Hazzards Beach. Take a kayak or quad-bike for some great fun.”
2 locals recommend
Premise
“You get great coastal views and may even spot a passing whale along this very rugged coastline where the granite slabs and cliffs drop up to 400m straight into the sea. It is a 10km drive into the National Park and turn to the left past Freycinet Lodge. Well worth a visit.”
2 locals recommend
Lighthouse
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Iconic views over Wineglass Bay. 30-40 minute walk to the lookout, depending on your fitness. A must do while you're in Coles Bay. ”
1 local recommends
Natural Feature
“This is one of the best quiet little beaches in the Park that you can drive to. My family have it as a favourite for swimming, snorkelling and fishing.”
2 locals recommend