Tasmania's east coast
From a special perspective
Get out and get active, or sit back and relax in total comfort. There is an abundance of tours and local experiences to discover on the Freycinet Peninsula.
Take in the stunning beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay aboard the Schouten Passage II, a 150-seat eco-catamaran. View granite cliffs and see wildlife up close while crew provide commentary on flora, fauna, features and history. Enjoy a delicious Ploughman's lunch of fresh local produce and cool climate wines. Bookings available through Freycinet Lodge reception.
Departing from Freycinet Lodge, enjoy a 5.5 hour guided walk to some of the park’s most loved destinations, including Wineglass Bay and Hazards Beach. You’ll learn of the animals that call this place home and the history behind it's gorgeous shores and pink granite peaks. A scrumptious picnic lunch is included.
Sea kayaking the coastline of Freycinet National Park is one of Tasmania's unforgettable natural experiences. Explore secluded coves, paddling beneath the pink granite mountains and over some of the clearest waters you'll ever see. This three-hour tour is bookable via Freycinet Lodge reception.
Awaken your sense of adventure on an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) fully guided tour. Get off the beaten track and wind your way through eucalypt hills, boulder strewn valleys and coastal heath to where red granite, blue seas and fine white sands collide. Bookings available at reception.
The east coast hosts a variety of local events all year round, celebrating this special part of the world. From food and wine to music and art, immerse yourself in this spectacular region.