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Feeling the need to down tools and go off grid for a while? @walkfreycinet has just what you need: four days of leisurely walking on @eastcoasttasmania's picturesque Freycinet Peninsula. Secluded beaches, coastal heathland, dramatic mountain landscapes...and their private lodge's comfort and cuisine each night of your stay. Sounds perfect to us! Tempted? Check out our Story ⬆️ for more inspiration! 🙌


We challenge you to start your day like this and try not to feel inspired! @gowrichatradi started early to make it to the top of Mount Amos in time for sunrise, and as you can see, it was well worth the effort. This vista - looking out over  Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet Peninsula - is one of Tassie's most iconic views and is a favourite with adventurers looking to take in the wonders of our @eastcoasttasmania. It's part of the Freycinet National Park, which offers a range of unforgettable wilderness experiences for all: from short and easy beachside walks, to multi-day treks that criss-cross the peninsula. And it's not far from all of the creature comforts you need to make the perfect holiday. Nice... Thanks for tagging us, Gowri.


Soaking up the scenery after a morning packed with adventure. This unforgettable view of Wineglass Bay was captured by @tom.ella.moments on a recent trip to the Freycinet National Park, one of the jewels of @eastcoasttasmania. A 3-hour return climb to the summit of Mount Amos delivers you to this awe-inspiring spot. Afterwards, those looking to cool off can continue to Wineglass Bay beach via the Lookout track, or tackle the longer, 5-hour return walk via Hazards Beach. The Freycinet Peninsula is home to a network of walking tracks that lead to secluded bays that are perfect for a sunny day of swimming, paddling, or simply lazing about near the turquoise water. Hello summer! Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Tom & Ella.


What a way to start the day! @carmelboyd_ recently captured this beautifully moody moment at the top of Mt Amos as the overnight rain clouds made way for yet another spectacular sunrise. Located within the Freycinet National Park on @eastcoasttasmania, the 3 to 4-hour return track to the summit of Mt Amos is reserved for the fit, agile and confident. If you’re keen to get a glimpse of this iconic view, but without the strenuous climb, then you’re in luck. The Wineglass Bay Lookout is 1.5-hours return from the public carpark, and while it’s still has a steep uphill climb, it’s manageable for the whole family. Yes you’ll probably still feel the burn, but believe us, it’s worth every step! Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania Carmel.


Honeymoon Bay in Freycinet National Park


When the coastal weather is this spectacular, you can't help but get excited! @nadineamami was recently on the stunning @eastcoasttasmania and captured this shot of one of Tassie's inquisitive locals near Schouten Island: "We had at least 4 pods of Common dolphin come investigate the boat as we traveled along the Freycinet Peninsula on our way to the Isle Des Phoques. I'll never get over how incredibly graceful these animals are." Tassie's East Coast is renown for it's amazing vistas, pristine beaches and laid-back and welcoming coastal towns. It's the perfect place to explore - on the land and on the water! Fortunately the options are endless. If you need inspiration, just ask a local! Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Nadine.


Summer don't go 😶 #tasmania #trip #beach #happyday


🌿🏔 A journey alone may be intimidating to even think about but it only makes us stronger as individuals, only after you start you’ll then realize you’d never be alone, there’s always friends along the way... there will always be people out there dying to get to know the unique you! 🙃 Remember risk is only temporary, regrets last longer! ✨


Wineglass Bae 🍷🐚🌺


Stumbled upon this cute local after our hike yesterday 😍 . . . #tasmania #tas #wallaby #australia #wineglassbay #freycinetnationalpark #picoftheday #travel #hike #photogenic #cute


The highlight of our trip was the rewarding 3 hour drive up to Freycinet National Park to see Wineglass Bay and the surrounding bays and beaches. The water was such an amazing blue colour especially juxtaposed against the red rocks.


Últimos dias! Tasmânia 🇦🇺


Walking Freycinet National Park from Wineglass Bay to Hazards Bay through a trail lined with wallaby. #Freycinet #Tasmania #Australia #bushwalk