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Freycinet National Park

Freycinet National Park

The Freycinet National Park is an area of pristine coastland and stunning scenery which is located on the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s beautiful east coast. The Park contains some of the world’s greatest tourist destinations including Wineglass Bay which has been voted by several travel authorities as one of the world’s best beaches, and its mountainous red and pink granite peaks in a line called The Hazards.

The National Park consists of stunning granite mountain formations surrounded by beautiful white sand beaches, magnificent sea cliffs and quiet secluded coves. As you enter the park the dramatic peaks of The Hazards tower overhead.

The National Park was founded in 1916 and is one of the oldest national parks in Tasmania. There are 49 flora species endemic to Freycinet and the park is home to a wide variety of endemic Tasmanian land animals, bird and sea life. The park covers 169 square kilometres and has hundreds of thousands of visitors each year from people all over the world. The park is one of the most visited tourist locations in Tasmania.

The park’s eastern side faces the open ocean, with the western side overlooking the more sheltered Great Oyster Bay.


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