All natural ... the spectacular vista of Wineglass Bay.

All walks lead to fine wines

A bush banquet wasn't the only surprise on Tasmania's stunning Freycinet Peninsula, writes Terry Smyth.

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Looking from Coles bay across to the Hazards in Freycinet National Park

Coles Bay - Places to See

Coles Bay (including Freycinet National Park)
Entry point for those eager to explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park.
Coles Bay is situated at the northern edge of the Freycinet National Park. As such it is the site favoured by visitors wishing to explore the Freycinet Peninsula and thus is well served by caravan sites and camping facilities. Located 202 km north east of Hobart and 218 km south east of Launceston it is one of the justifiably famous wilderness beauty spots on Tasmania's east coast.

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Coles Bay - Fast Facts

Coles Bay (including Freycinet National Park)
Entry point for those eager to explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park.
Coles Bay is situated at the northern edge of the Freycinet National Park. As such it is the site favoured by visitors wishing to explore the Freycinet Peninsula and thus is well served by caravan sites and camping facilities. Located 202 km north east of Hobart and 218 km south east of Launceston it is one of the justifiably famous wilderness beauty spots on Tasmania's east coast.

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Coles Bay - Eat

Coles Bay (including Freycinet National Park)
Entry point for those eager to explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park.
Coles Bay is situated at the northern edge of the Freycinet National Park. As such it is the site favoured by visitors wishing to explore the Freycinet Peninsula and thus is well served by caravan sites and camping facilities. Located 202 km north east of Hobart and 218 km south east of Launceston it is one of the justifiably famous wilderness beauty spots on Tasmania's east coast.

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Coles Bay - Sleep

Coles Bay (including Freycinet National Park)
Entry point for those eager to explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park.
Coles Bay is situated at the northern edge of the Freycinet National Park. As such it is the site favoured by visitors wishing to explore the Freycinet Peninsula and thus is well served by caravan sites and camping facilities. Located 202 km north east of Hobart and 218 km south east of Launceston it is one of the justifiably famous wilderness beauty spots on Tasmania's east coast.

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Coles Bay - Culture and History

Coles Bay (including Freycinet National Park)
Entry point for those eager to explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park.
Coles Bay is situated at the northern edge of the Freycinet National Park. As such it is the site favoured by visitors wishing to explore the Freycinet Peninsula and thus is well served by caravan sites and camping facilities. Located 202 km north east of Hobart and 218 km south east of Launceston it is one of the justifiably famous wilderness beauty spots on Tasmania's east coast.

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