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Pristine beaches, breathtaking ocean views, national parks, a nineteenth century island penal settlement, and boutique vineyards entice the traveller on this route.

One of Australia's most spectacular coastal journeys, the Freycinet Coast, part of Tasmania's East Coast Escape, is a place of blue skies, white sands, tall forests, azure waters and pink granite peaks. This is a coast of spectacular scenery - the forests and waterfalls of the north east Blue Tier highlands, the perfect crescent of Wineglass Bay, the crags and beaches of Maria Island. It's a coast of flavours, with local wines to complement freshly-caught seafood. And it's a coast of activities - bushwalking or sea kayaking in the Freycinet National Park, nature cruises to see whales, dolphins and sea eagles, dining among kelp forests or just strolls along pristine, uncrowded ocean beaches.

Take time to enjoy the picturesque coastal vistas; the historical beauty of Maria Island and the expansive views across Great Oyster Bay to Freycinet Peninsula.









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