The beautiful Freycinet National Park is one of the most spectacular National Park’s on Tasmania’s east coast. It is home to world-famous Wineglass Bay – voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the world and nestled beneath picturesque, granite mountains, The Hazards, which dominate the landscape. These scenic wonders are stand-out features on the 4-Day Freycinet Peninsula Circuit Walk – a 34 km circuit walk that takes you to remote locations few visitors get to experience. Enjoy beachside camping at Cooks Corner, summit views from atop Mt Graham and a night spent on the shores of Wineglass Bay itself. Your camp & carry experience includes all camp & carry equipment and food along with the security of our Self Guided Walking App, complete with detailed track notes and information that will enrich your experience of this world-renowned destination.
Optional hire of an EPIRB/PLB (Personal Locator Beacon) is available if at an additional cost.
SUGGESTED PRE-NIGHT ACCOMMODATION: Grand Chancellor Launceston
DEPARTURE TIME: 7.00am
TRANSFERS: Meet your transfer company in Launceston for a 2.5 hour transfer from Launceston to start of the trail.
WALK GRADE: 14 km one way, 5-6 hours. Easy to medium grade. Moderate to good level of fitness required.
TERRAIN: This walk is relatively flat, with some minor obstacles such as rocks and roots and stretches of beach walking on hard sand.
WALK ITINERARY: Meet your transfer company in Launceston at 7.00am then enjoy a scenic drive to Coles Bay on the Freycinet Peninsula. You begin your walking adventure from the Freycinet National Park main car park, following the coast around the foot of the Hazard mountains, winding through pretty forest rich with wildflowers and birdlife. Enjoy walking along Hazards Beach, lapped by clear turquoise sea and continue on to Cooks Beach. Choose a campsite overlooking Great Oyster Bay then enjoy a spectacular sunset as it lights up the granite peaks of the Hazards.
WALKING GRADES: 6-10 km return, 2-5 hours. Easy. Flat terrain and beach walking.
TERRAIN: This walk is relatively flat, with some minor obstacles such as rocks and roots and stretches of beach walking on hard and soft sand.
WALK ITINERARY: Today is an easy day trip to a part of Freycinet National Park few visitors get to see. It takes you through well-established and beautiful forest to remote Bryans Beach with views across Schouten Passage to Schouten Island. There is plenty of time to explore and immerse yourself in a remote, isolated beach experience.
WALK GRADE: 12.6km one way, 8 hours. Difficult with some steep and challenging sections.
TERRAIN: This is an old-school bushwalking track. Expect to do a bit of ducking and weaving and clambering up and down rocks. The track has many obstacles such as rocks and exposed tree roots. Add to this a steep ascent, 570m in elevation to Mt Graham, and then a similar descent. The track is intermittently signposted but marked with arrows and old tree blazes.
ITINERARY: Is an undoubtedly rewarding trek that leads you through a number of scenic ecosystems from coastal heathland, woodland and wet forest to ridge top walking across buttongrass moorland. It’s a great challenge with spectacular views from atop Mt Graham and a final, stunning, campsite overlooking the world-famous Wineglass Bay.
TRANSFER TIMES: Afternoon: 2.5 hours transfer from end of walk to Launceston.
WALK GRADE: 4.6 km one way, 2-3 hours. Medium with one short ascent and descent.
TERRAIN: Hard and soft sand walking. There is one ascent, with 1000 steps to climb, on a well maintained and wide track.
ITINERARY: Today’s walk is a relaxed and easy end to your amazing Freycinet experience, starting with a morning beach walk along the world-famous Wineglass Bay before a final climb and descent to the car park. You then meet your transfer company at the end of the walk, and head back to Launceston.
ARRIVAL TIME: You will arrive back into Launceston at approximately 6.00pm.
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With self-guided walks you are able to choose a date of your choice subject to availability.
This is a seasonal walk - the best times to walk are between September and April.
Once you make your booking, it will remain pending until we confirm availability at your accommodation, once this is done we will contact you to make your deposit/payment. Please do not book flights until your walk is confirmed.
FIRST TIME TRAVELLER
$ 1299 /p
First time traveller with Life's An Adventure
$ 1199 /p
Travelled with Life's An Adventure previously
PAST PASSENGER PRICE
$ Xtras /p
The following extras can be purchased with your walk:
PRE-WALK NIGHT PACKAGE for 2 persons
PRE-WALK NIGHT PACKAGE for a solo traveller
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