The Freycinet National Park abuts Coles Bay, on the sunny east coast of Tasmania, Australia. As well as the main Freycinet section, the Park also includes the separates Friendly Beaches and Schouten Island. Freycinet has many points of interest - spectacular pink granite boulders and mountains, sweeping coastal vistas, secluded beaches including the iconic Wineglass Bay, coastal cliffs, varied bushwalks, east coast peninsular ecology with flowers, heaths, she-oak and banksia havens and forested hills, marine reserves, fishing areas, abundant birds and readily visible wildlife. Freycinet national park visit, unique, photos, photographs, resort, tour, tourist, visitor services, reserve, tasmania, tasmanian, australia, east coast, accommodation, camping, coastal, sea kayak, cliff, nature, natural, wildlife photos, campgrounds, fauna, flora, endemic, marine, bird, beach, ocean, bushwalking, geology, mining, granite, warm, sandy, holiday, vacation, sights, sea, paradise, peace, tranquil Wineglass Bay, wild, seal, bush, bushwalk, photographs, scenic, coastal, geological, naturalists. Along Tasmania's warm east coast, Freycinet is accessible by sealed roads. You're welcome to visit for a few hours or a few days. On Freycinet you will find yourself walking or climbing in friendly natural surroundings. The Visitor Centre and nearby Coles Bay supplies most facilities and conveniences. Activities include scenic drives, short strolls, medium and overnight bushwalks, visiting natural features, seeing wildlife at close quarters, birdwatching, mountain biking, boating, kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving, swimming, fishing, climbing, camping and photography. On this website, we list a range of services - how to get there, costs, and visitor services. See contact details, activities, photos, map and links to related websites.