Visit Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay on a day tour from Hobart. Take in stunning views, savor fresh seafood and enjoy scenic walks.
Experience the turquoise waters of Wineglass Bay on a 4-hour cruise and indulge in a delicious lunch on-board. Choose to upgrade to the Sky Lounge…
Explore the pure white beaches, azure bays and unique wildlife as your local guide pilots you around the picturesque Tasmanian coast. Soak up the…
Explore the must-see sites of Tasmanian's stunning east coast on a full-day tour via historic Richmond. Visit Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National…
This is an action packed day-tour from Hobart to Launceston via the world famous Wineglass Bay and Tasmania's stunning East coast.
An action-packed day tour from Launceston to Hobart via the world-famous Wineglass Bay and Tasmania's stunning East Coast.
Visit Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National Park with opportunities to enjoy the local seafood, wine and history along the way.
Enjoy amazing views on a private day trip, including: Spikey Bridge, Swansea, Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay Lookout or Cape Tourville.
Wineglass Bay is nestled in the Freycinet National park on the east coast of Tasmania, voted amongst the top beaches in the world. This is an area…
What people are saying about Wineglass Bay
This one day trip is perfect for those who want to get a glimpse of beautiful Tasmania. Gino, our guide, was very upbeat and willing to show us around - we got to feed Pademelons (which my 7 year old daughter loved), we walked through beautiful white sand beaches, hiked up to see the Wineglass Bay (a little steep, but worth it), went to the Honeymoon Bay. We saw a few Wallabees in several parking lots, which was fun for the kids. We opted for lunch at a seafood farm and what a great choice it was! We had fresh oysters, mussels, scallops and grilled salmon. If you enjoy seafood, this is the right way to go! I highly recommend this tour, totally worth it!
The driver and host, Gino, picked us up at our hotel at the appointed time. His van was clean and comfortable. He gave a very interesting commentary about the history of Tasmania, Freycinet, Wineglass Bay, the Tasmanian Devil and other indigenous animals during the ride to Wineglass Bay. Gino allowed for plenty of comfort and snack stops throughout the day. He customized the tour to the diverse wishes of the group (long walk vs. short walk). At the point overlooking Wineglass Bay, a wallaby hopped up and allowed us to take numerous photos. We selected the long walk and spent almost an hour on the beach at Wineglass Bay, which is wide with sugar sand, crystal-clear water and very few people - stunningly beautiful! The hike up the mountain is strenuous, so be sure to take water and breaks as needed. We highly recommend this tour. Gino’s attention to detail and the natural beauty of Wineglass Bay made this tour a highlight of our trip to Tasmania!
My father and I have enjoyed the trip especially the beautiful scenery on the way to the Wine Glass Bay, the Sleeping Bay, Honeymoon Bay, Coral Bay etc. My father who is about 80 years old is very much impressed by the tour guide, Jack who is friendly and take good care of him. We are a small group of seven people. As my dad could not climb up the steps to the lookout for the Wine Glass Bay with the rest of us, Jack was very kind to bring him to a nice resort with beautiful scenery of the sea and the mountains. I am sure the rest of our group have enjoyed the trip. Thank You to our wonderful tour guide.
It was a fantastic day out. Dave our guide was very knowledgeable and did a great job taking us all up to the National Park. The walk up to the lookout for wineglass bay is good and worth the trip up. All stops provided is with great views. Good value for money and perfect for a first impression of the area and park. Also the small size of the group was suitable and we all got along very well which made the trip even better.
This tour was incredible and it was definitely our favourite day that we spent in Tasmania. It was informative and fun allowing us to see fantastic places on the east coast of Tasmania. I would highly recommend!