Wineglass Bay
Wineglass Bay
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JamstarBK
Sydney, Australia189 contributions
Feb. 2023 • Couples
Beautiful spot to visit. We walked around 9am on a weekend and arrived to a near-empty beach. Worth taking your swimmers for a dip in the crystal clear water. You could spend hours here if you have enough suncream, water and snacks. It was a little grey when we were at the lookout but blue skies by the time we were at the water.

Signage said the walk down to the bay from the lookout was 1.5 hours return, but for us (reasonable fitness with no breaks) it was 20 mins down and 25 mins back up. Total walking time from car park was 1.5 hours return.
Written 18 February 2023
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lookforgrace
Vancouver, Canada23 contributions
Feb. 2023
What a view! The hike to the top isn't bad, maybe 40 minutes round trip for someone of average fitness level. Definitely recommend if you're in the area.
Written 16 February 2023
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GriswaldNo5
6 contributions
Aug. 2022
Forget stair master….do it for the views…and continue onto Hazard Bay…(actually nicer than wineglass bay).
Written 13 August 2022
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Caren R
3 contributions
Aug. 2022
Wasn't the easiest walk but definitely worth it. Tour only 45mins but there are quite a few steps to climb. Wish I would of had more time to go further than the lookout.
Written 3 August 2022
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Roy H
12 contributions
Jul. 2022
We did the loop walk from car to wineglass bay, hazards bay and back, took us about 4 hours. It is one of the best walks in Australia. We had inclement weather, so bring water and the right gear.
Written 18 July 2022
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Kara G
Hobart, Australia3 contributions
Jun. 2022
The walk was amazing, a bit challenging up all the steps but totally worth it for the views and experience!
Written 14 June 2022
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Warren B
Sydney, Australia276 contributions
Jun. 2022
We visited the Bay by boat (during a cruise around the peninsula) and by foot, both on the beach itself as well as to the lookout. It's a lovely spot, very special. You have to put in some effort to see it, but it's worth that effort.
Written 8 June 2022
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Angela R
Tamworth, Australia18 contributions
Apr. 2022
Silly me, absolutely loved my trip to Tasmania but wasn’t prepared for Tasmania Parks charging so much to access nature. Having to pay for a parks pass soured the experienced somewhat. Happy to pay, but $60 for a family day pass? I feel sorry for people trying to travel on a budget, as those sort of fees hurt.
Written 14 April 2022
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ch17ly
Sydney, Australia113 contributions
Mar. 2022
We started our hike late in the day as the weather was not good in the morning but by late afternoon the sun had appeared so we headed for the lookout. Myself and my friend are not experienced hikers so we were unsure if we could do this hike. As it turned out its quite easy, just take your time, stop and enjoy the views whilst climbing up. Its well worth it when you reach the top. Tassie parks have done a great job in upgrading the walk, the path is easy and theres a lovely seating area at the top to stop and take it all in. It says its a 1-1.5 hour return trip. we took 2 hours but we did stop alot whilst climbing and also spent a bit of time at the top.
Written 2 April 2022
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Tracy T
112 contributions
Mar. 2022
Did the climb to the lookout. Great views, but you need brilliant sunshine for it to look good. Must be a rarity if Tassie has 300 days of rain annually. The beaches at Jervis Bay NSW are better.
Written 22 March 2022
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