Visit Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park on a full-day tour from Hobart. Have time to take a shorter or longer walk at Wineglass Bay, take in views from the Cape Tourville lookout, and visit towns along the way such as Orford, Triabunna, and Coles Bay. You might get to see native wildlife like pademelons, get a photo op at Spiky Bridge, and taste curried scallop pie—a specialty in Tasmania. Includes transportation, guide, and pickup and drop-off at your accommodation in Hobart.
Full-day tour to Wineglass Bay, from Hobart
Stop at scenic spots on the way to Freycinet National Park
Have the option to hike to the beach at Wineglass Bay or take a shorter walk to a lookout point
Bring swim gear in summer and warm clothes in winter
Includes transport by minivan, guide, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off
Fantastic day with Gino and Phil our tour guides who engaged with everyone on the trip. Plenty of stops on the way as it is around a 2.5 hour drive from Hobart. The walk to the look-out was 1.5k uphill which in the heat was challenging but worth the view when you get there. From there you have an option of walking down into the bay or going on 2 shorter walks. Highly recommended.
A fantastic tour and amazing experience!
Our tour guide was great, funny and very knowledgeable. Beautiful and amazing views covered in this tour. The Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National Park were picturesque.
Geno, the tour guide is absolutely amazing as he is actually doing one on one care. He will take some great photo of you guys and even email them to you. He has his own Facebook page too. This tour includes a fantastic walks, the famous scallop pie, many beautiful bays! Definitely worth it!
I loved this tour! I had a great time and the guide was very knowledgeable! It was a long drive and he made it more bearable by not only stopping frequently at interesting sites along the way and sharing tidbits of knowledge, but he also played a documentary about the Tasmanian Devil on the ride so we weren't just staring out the window. He was pleasant to talk to and was even familiar with the wallabies that hang out on the peninsula near the path. He clearly was a local and even included an extra stop to see some wallabies that were being rehabilitated for the wild! I was sad to hear that he will be doing less tours int he near future as I had hoped to send family and friends on this!
All in all, it was a great trip. The guide was very good and provided lots of information and assistance, when needed. Our only complaint is the bus was old and some seats were so bad one couldn't sit in them and some seat belts were not working. I guess that's why the bus was called budget. For such a long day, a better vehicle would have been more comfortable.