Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Freycinet National Park

First adventure in Tassie was a trip up the east coast. The Hazards mountain range in the distance (above) and then up close and personal (below). The Hazards lie in the Freycinet National Park, and we stayed just by the edge of the park in Coles Bay.
A really stunning location...
Crystal clear waters...
Had us a lovely eve of beach combing. Below is a dried out little fish.We were up pretty early the next day to climb up the range to look over the view from the other side of Wineglass Bay. The photo doesn't really do it justice, it's a wonderful view.
It was a fantastic feeling to be in the middle of all this nature. Very wild and rugged rock formations and flora.
And slowly back down again we climbed. Past some great native plants and more breathtaking views.
A must see if you're in Tasmania, more information on Freycinet National Park here.

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