Freycinet National Park
White sand, clear turquoise water and remarkable pink granite mountains are the key attractions of the East Coast’s Freycinet Peninsula. The Freycinet National Park is home to Wineglass Bay, a beach that is widely considered to be one of the world’s top ten beaches. Crescent-shaped, the beach is a blend of perfect white sand and pristine waters, and can be reached by an approximate one-hour walk from Coles Bay through a set of granite peaks known as the Hazards. Within Coles Bay, relax at one of the small secluded beaches, surrounded by pink granite, known as Honeymoon Bay.