Located on the east coast, at the southern tip of the Freycinet Peninsula, this national park is the highlight of Tasmania for many people.
Dominated by the granite peaks of the Hazards Mountain range, the park is forested wilderness, accessible only by walking tracks or boat. Paths criss-cross the peninsula; from the 40 minute climb to view iconic Wineglass Bay, day long hiking circuits, or even multiple-day hiking expeditions, there are options to suit all tastes.
Secluded little coves shelter white sand beaches that can be explored by sea-kayak, walked to on well-maintained tracks or simply enjoyed from afar.
Suggested itineraries featuring Freycinet National Park
Our itineraries will give you suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Freycinet National Park, and they showcase routes we know work particularly well. Treat them as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
Map of Freycinet National Park
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Places near Freycinet National Park
- Swansea 14 miles away
- Maria Island National Park 31 miles away
- Richmond 59 miles away
- Port Arthur 70 miles away
- Hobart 70 miles away
- Launceston 81 miles away
- Tasmania 83 miles away
- Huon Valley 87 miles away
- Mount Field National Park 94 miles away
- Deloraine 98 miles away
- Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park 127 miles away
- Strahan & Gordon River 154 miles away
- Stanley 186 miles away
- Wilsons Promontory National Park 249 miles away
- The Gippsland Lakes 292 miles away
- Metung 299 miles away
Photos of Freycinet National Park
Accommodation choices for Freycinet National Park
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