Wineglass Bay is hidden in the Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania. Continuously ranked one of the top ten beaches in the world, the two and a half hour hike to this beach will leave you breathless and blown away by the exquisite landscape this park offers. Relax on the near-empty beach or dip into the turquoise water. This beach will serve as your own personal getaway, full of nature, peace and paradise.
As Australia‘s only island state, access to Tasmania is by air and sea only. Once on our beautiful island, Wineglass Bay is a 2.5-hr drive from Hobart and a 2 hr drive from Launceston. Once you arrive within Freycinet National Park, a short walk involves an uphill climb through The Hazards to a rocky lookout, followed by a downhill walk onto the majestic Wineglass Bay beach. For those who just want a good selfie (you know who you are), set off on a half day trek from Wineglass Bay lookout down onto the pristine sugar white sands that take you around to the park entrance via the Hazards Range for some extra speccy views over Great Oyster. North Americans can get a flight to Tasmania from Victoria, Yellowknife, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Windsor, and other popular Canadian cities.