Freycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park was the first national park to be declared in Tasmania in 1916, along with Mt Field National Park. The area is rich in history and spectacular natural features that inspire awe from visitors far and wide.
With the pink granite mountains of the Hazards and stunning white sand beaches, including Wineglass Bay, the Freycinet Peninsula offers world-class scenery and bushwalking.
Just inside the entrance to the park, the Visitors’ Centre offers information and advice on Freycinet National Park and interpretive displays highlighting the natural and cultural heritage of the area. The Centre is open daily from 8am to 5pm between November and April, and 9am to 4pm between May and October.