Photograph by John de la Roche, supplied by Tourism Tasmania

Wineglass Bay, Feycinet National Park

 

 

In a nutshell:

190kms north east of Hobart, in the centre of the popular east coast holiday area, you'll discover the white beaches and red granite rocks of Tasmania's spectacular coastline. This is a fishing, swimming, bushwalking, and boating paradise.

The site of one of the "Worlds Top Ten Beaches", Wineglass Bay is only one hour's walk from the carpark.

The town at the entrance to the park is Coles Bay, and 40km on is Bicheno.

 How to get there
        

Where to stay




HOW TO GET THERE:

Self-drive Coach Tour Public Transport



Self-drive

Freycinet National Park is about 3 and a half hours drive from Hobart, and about the same distance from Launceston.



Coach Tours

Day excursions operate from Hobart and Launceston, two days each week from $ 45.00. There are shorter trips leaving Bicheno daily.



Public Transport

You can take a coach from Hobart or Launceston daily (except Saturdays). Times vary. The cost is $28.00.




WHERE TO STAY:

Motels Holiday Units Hostels/Camping B&B



Motels

There are several motels in Bicheno with prices starting from $85.00 twin. The resort inside the park charges from $230.00.



Holiday Units

There is a large range of self contained units available from $100.00.



Hostels/Camp

You'll find hostels/backpackers in both Coles Bay and Bicheno from $14.00.



Bed & Breakfast

There are many Bed and Breakfast cottages available from $95.00.