Tasman Blowhole Fossil Bay Lookout Tasman Peninsula Tasman National Park The Blowhole Eaglehawk Neck Doo Town Fossil Bay Walk
The Tasman Peninsula extends into the Tasman Sea in the southeast corner of Tasmania. While the peninsula was once used as a penitentiary, a visit to the peninsula's impressive coastline today will feel like anything but prison. Just south of the narrow isthmus at Eaglehawk Neck, the east coast of the peninsula has several easy-to-reach wonders, including the Blowhole... Read more.
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Distance: 0.45 kilometers / 0.3 miles – Elevation change: 10 meters / 30 feet
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Camping Lime Bay State Reserve Campground Tasmania Australia Lime Bay Campsites Tasman Peninsula
If you're on the lookout for a campground on the Tasmanian coast with grassy plots shaded by eucalyptus trees, don't overlook Lime Bay State Reserve. This off-the-beaten-path campground is located on a remote thumb of the Tasman Peninsula, set in a picturesque bay with light sand beaches framing the campground on both sides.Lime Bay State Reserve CampgroundLime... Read more.
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Hazards Beach Wineglass Bay Circuit Freycinet National Park Wineglass Bay Track Loop Tasmania Australia Freycinet Peninsula Hazards Beach Track Wineglass Bay Lookout Hike
Wineglass Bay is one of the top-rate beaches in Australia, and a premier destination for hikers in Freycinet National Park. A great way to see Wineglass Bay and the beautiful beach on the opposite side of the peninsula is to hike Wineglass Bay and Hazards Beach Circuit, a loop of 11.5 kilometers (7.15 miles) or more if you walk out on the beach at Wineglass Bay and take... Read more.
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Distance: 12 kilometers / 7.45 miles – Elevation change: 220 meters / 725 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 16, 2014
Richardsons Beach Campground Freycinet National Park Coles Bay camping Freycinet Peninsula Tasmania Australia
Freycinet National Park's main campground is popular for a reason. Its campsites are spaced out behind an inviting sandy beach in a bay at the top of Freycinet Peninsula's sheltered west coast. Richardsons Beach Campground boast fine bay views and is close to the town of Coles Bay and walking tracks in Freycinet National Park. With both powered and non-powered sites,... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 19, 2014
Cape Tourville Lighthouse Freycinet National Park Tasmania Australia Freycinet Peninsula Cape Tourville Track
Freycinet National Park preserves a picturesque peninsula on Tasmania's east coast. The park's beaches are the pride of Tasmania, and if you've got slightly loftier ambitions, and you can get a great overview of the peninsula from Cape Tourville. An easy 600-meter long trail loops around this promontory on the peninsula's east coast, crossing 100-meter tall granite... Read more.
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Distance: 0.65 kilometers / 0.4 miles – Elevation change: 30 meters / 100 feet
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Friendly Beaches Freycinet National Park Coles Bay Beach Walk Tasmania Australia
Visit long stretches of light sand running along the pristine east coast of Tasmania north of the Freycinet Peninsula. The trail to Friendly Beaches is listed as one of Tasmania's 60 Great Short Walks, and it takes little effort to get from the car park to the beach. A 10-meter long boardwalk leads to an overlook behind the beach and another 10 meters of steps take you... Read more.
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Distance: 0.1 kilometers / 0.05 miles – Elevation change: 10 meters / 30 feet
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Camping Mayfield Beach Conservation Area Campground Tasmania Australia Campsites
Mayfield Beach Conservation Area is located near the town of Swansea about halfway up the east coast of Tasmania. Also know as Mayfield Bay Coastal Reserve and Mayfield Bay Conservation Area, the small preserve runs along the west side of Great Oyster Bay across from Freycinet Peninsula and has a free campground set just behind a long sandy beach. The campground is just... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 19, 2014
Stumpys Bay Campground Mount William National Park Tasmania Australia Stumpys Campsites
One of the places to camp (or actually four of the places to camp) in Mount William National Park is Stumpys Bay Campground. The camping along Stumpys Bay is split into four campsites spread out along the coast. Each of the numbered campsites is like a distinct campground made up of multiple individual sites. This campground is first-come first serve, but rest assured,... Read more.
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Mount William Track Summit hike Mt William National Park Tasmania Australia
Rising to just 216 meters (708 feet) above sea level, Mount William is far from the tallest mountain in Tasmania. Despite its modest stature, Mount William is the highest point in Mount William National Park and offers far reaching 360-degree views over the northeast corner of Tasmania. The summit is close to the coast, with an ocean view that includes Flinders Island... Read more.
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Distance: 3.6 kilometers / 2.25 miles – Elevation change: 140 meters / 460 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 16, 2014
Ridge Trail Panorama Trail Bluff Trail Loop Andrew Molera State Park Bluffs hike Beach Creamery Meadow Big Sur River California
Andrew Molera State Park's big loop trek centered over Ridge Trail, Panorama Trail, and Bluff Trail has about everything you could want in a Big Sur hike, including a redwood grove, an unspoiled beach, and lots of ocean views over a wild coastline. This is a hike for those who want to lose themselves in the majestic beautify of Big Sur. Ok, don't get lost, bring along... Read more.
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