This is well worth a visit if you don't have time to do the Wineglass Bay walk or the weather's not great. It's not far from the main road, plenty of parking and an easy walk. There's a beautiful view of Wineglass Bay, other spectacular...More
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Flat, very easy walking around the Cape. Beautiful views across the back of the Freycinet Peninsula. Lots of wildlife (wallabies, birds etc) and good information about the area.
A very easy walk with a great view of the coastline. Keep your eyes peeled with whales/dolphins/etc. Accessible with a stroller/wheelchair. The lighthouse is ok, but the view is the star of the show.
The lighthouse itself is a bit boring but the short boardwalk leading up to it has absolutely fantastic views of the coastal cliffs and some great signage information. There is also some public binoculars that point towards some offshore little islands that is known for...More
First of all, the lighthouse isn't the attraction here. It is fully automated and there is no access inside. However, the views from the boardwalk around the lighthouse are on-par with the views from the Wineglass Bay Lookout. I'd recommend this place as part of...More
A short walk from the carpark and I was able to experience such a nice view! There, I was able to see mountains and the big patch of blue seas. Great place to take pictures with friends or family! Would recommend this place if you...More
Short detour / drive from the main road into the National park but SOooooo worth it - excellent boardwalk (including wheelchair access) loops around the cliff which plunges down into the ocean. Spectacular views of the Hazards range - not the amazing pink colouration of...More
A very well constructed walking path suitable for people with compromised mobility. Large area of board walk with some interesting markers along the way.
This is a good destination if you’ve just arrived in Freycinet as you won’t need long to see it all and it’s particularly splendid at day’s end bathed in the rays from the sinking sun (I’m getting all purple!). Cape Tourville is more a protrusion...More