Pink granite mountains, white sand beaches, grey-green casuarinas, seawater blue as sapphire - they're the colours of the Freycinet Peninsula, a premiere holiday destination with luxury accommodation on Tasmania's East Coast.
Abundant Tasmanian wildlife and pristine beaches in Freycinet National Park, including a rich colonial history with cool-climate Tasmanian wines and fine local produce; all yours to enjoy on your holiday at Freycinet.
Succulent grass-fed beef and lamb, full-flavoured game meats, superb seafood, salt-sweet Freycinet oysters - local chefs source the finest of regional produce to craft cuisine that highlights the best of the Tasmanian East Coast.
From the fishing ports of the Tasmanian East Coast, crayfish boats, scallop boats and long-liners venture out to reap a rich harvest from the Tasmanian ocean - all the flavours of the sea waiting here for you to enjoy on a Freycinet holiday.
The heritage of the Tasmania's East Coast is written in its place names - Freycinet Peninsula, Cape Tourville and Point Geographe from early French voyages; Schouten and Maria Islands from the Dutch navigators who came before; Swansea and Glamorgan from homesick Welsh families who carved the first farms from the bush.
Exploration of Freycinet's rich history awaits your discovery.