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We visited the Wineglass Bay as part of the Wineglass lookout - Hazards Circuit trail. It should be an easy to medium hike to reach the Bay. However, it is approximately 1000 steps which you will have to climb back to go to the parking...More
There's a very good reason why Wineglass Bay is often voted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! A decent level of fitness is required as there are lots of stairs, however there are lots of spots to stop and catch your...More
Wineglass Bay was the highlight of our trip to Tasmania. We were nervous about weather and worried it might not live up to its reputation but the weather was fine, the beach exceeded our expectations and the tour we took (Wineglass Bay Tours) to get...More
Entered the bay by boat from Saffire Freycinet. Wonderful trip along the coast to the pristine waters of the Bay. Sheltered mooring and delicious morning tea, saw the sea eagle, and rays in the bay, seals on the way and dropped by some fishermen, catching...More
After the climb to the Lookout it is nice to walk down to the beach where there are rocks to sit on and admire the scenery. Don't retrace your steps if you have time - continue on via the Isthmus track and Hazards Beach back...More
We where lucky enough to have the beach to ourselves one afternoon, the surrounding mountains frame this beach and really make it feel special. The walk in was well worth it to be able to sit on the sand and soak in the sounds and...More
Such a special place in June when nobody is there and you have the whole beach to yourself. Pack a picnic basket, walk a bit further from the trailhead and enyoy a privilage of being in a place like that.
The walk down to the beach is absolutely beautiful, the waves are crystal clear and a gorgeous blue. I spent a couple of hours on the beach and I could've stayed all day. The only downside is the steep walk from the lookout down to...More
We treked down to Wineglass Bay from Wineglass Bay Lookout (I think going back up would be hard & the few people we passed were all puffed) & we spent some time on the beautiful beach /bay prior to treking across the Isthmus to Hazards...More