Top 20 Experiences in Coles Bay
Wineglass Bay Cruise from Coles Bay
Experience the exquisite beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula aboard the Schouten Passage II on our 4.5 hour cruise. Be enthralled by the stunning granite coastline. Discover a coast dotted with sparkling white sand beaches. Take in the sheer beauty of Wineglass Bay from the rarely seen perspective of the water. Keep a lookout for abundant birdlife, dolphins, seals and migrating whales. Operated by award winning eco tour operator, Pennicott Wilderness Journeys.
The Freycinet Paddle
Award winning guided sea kayaking tour in Freycinet National Park. This fully catered experience is perfect for beginners or families. A unique way to experience pink granite mountains and white sandy beaches, and crystal clear waters. Our stable double kayaks mean you get up close and personal with this spectacular coastal environment and the local wildlife. Our passionate team share stories of local history and little know facts. We stop half way through for a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee on a secluded beach. The perfect way to experience Freycinet.
Freycinet Walking Tour
Freycinet Walking Tour is a locally guided small group 5.5-hour walking journey. Connect with local knowledge and interpretive storytelling as you discover the richness of Wineglass Bay and less frequented corners of the Freycinet National Park.
Wineglass Bay Lookout Full Day Guided Tour from Hobart
Our one-day tour will take you to see the spectacular Wineglass Bay and will explore the highlights of the Great Eastern Drive which meanders through quaint coastal towns, vineyards, and past secluded beaches on the way to Freycinet National Park. We pause at a historic bridge and find many photo opportunities along the way. If time allows, we will sample some oysters plucked straight from the pristine water (cost associated) or call into Kate’s Berry Farm for a berry delicious treat (seasonal). There’s a reason Wineglass Bay is a bucket-list destination. This stunning bay is one of the most photographed vistas in Tasmania. It is also listed in the top 10 beaches in the world. Why? Shaped like a wineglass, this magnificent cove with pristine sand and turquoise water is bordered by the striking Hazards mountain range – pink granite peaks that rise from the sea.