Do you need a parks pass for Coles Bay?
Although one of Tasmania’s most popular national parks, it is still possible to find solitude in the variety of experiences that await you at Freycinet National Park. A valid parks pass is required for entry to Tasmania’s national parks. Choose from a range of pass options to best meet your needs.
How much does it cost to enter Freycinet National Park?
$40.00 per vehicle a day
Entry fees are applicable to Freycinet National Park. Fees range from $40.00 per vehicle a day to yearly fees of $90.00 for an annual all parks vehicle pass. For day visits there are electric barbecues, picnic tables, water and toilets located at Honeymoon Bay and Ranger Creek .
What time can I enter Freycinet National Park?
Freycinet National Park is administered by the Parks and Wildlife Service of Tasmania. Open from 8am-5pm in November through to April and 9am-4pm from May to October, the visitor centre is well worth a visit, retelling the region’s cultural and natural heritage through creative displays.
Can you swim at Wineglass Bay?
Wineglass Bay can be a beautiful spot to don your favorite boardshorts and go for a swim (if you can brave the cold water!!). For those who would like to take hiking breaks from swimming, Wineglass Bay is 2 hours from the entrance of the Freycinet National Park.
How long is the walk to Wineglass Bay?
1.5 to 2 hours
The Wineglass Bay Walk at Freycinet National Park is an easy hike to one of Tasmania’s most beautiful and iconic beaches – Wineglass Bay Beach. The complete trail, to and fro from the car park, is 6 km and should take you 1.5 to 2 hours to complete (not including breaks).
What does Freycinet mean?
Freycinet gauge, standard governing the dimensions of the locks of some canals.
Are there toilets at Wineglass Bay?
There are very simple toilet facilities at the Wineglass Bay Beach campsite, but campers should go prepared with their own toiletries including toilet paper.