Wineglass Bay - Tas - Australia
Wineglass Bay in the centre of Freycinet National Park on the east coast of Tasmania, 70 miles (115km) northeast of Hobart. You'll Here dramatic red granite peaks reflect in clear blue waters and the beach is a a near-perfect circle of white sand. Named in 1802 by the French Explorer Nicholas Baudin, the area was proclaimed a national park in 1916. Vegetation in the park varies from marshy heathlands to grass trees, banksias, stands of wattle, Oyster Bay pine and bull oak. The park is rich in wildlife including black cockatoos, green rosellas, wedgetailed eagles, yellow wattlebirds, honeyeaters and Bennetts wallabies. Climb to the saddle between Mt. Amos and Mt. Mason (known as the Hazzards) to the Wineglass Lookout where there is a wonderful view. The following 3 cruises call at Wineglass Bay - Tas. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.