Wineglass Bay Beach
Wineglass Bay is a spectacular beach that is located in Freycinet National Park, on the east coast of Tasmania. It is roughly about two and a half hours from the city of Hobart. Wineglass bay is one of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in the world. Nestled in the Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay enjoys a stunning backdrop surrounded by pink granite mountains and lush forests with white powdery sand and crystal clear sparkling waters. From the car park, less than an hour's walk through woodland brings visitors to a lookout over Wineglass Bay. The view from here is simply breathtaking. A perfect curved beach of the white sand, fringed by azure water and lush green forests. Being a national park, no amenities are offered once you start into your walk, so make sure you take everything you need before you head out, especially water and some snacks.
On second thoughts you could even also carry a bottle of wine and some cheese. You will feel blessed later. Activities popular on this peninsula include swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, rock pool exploration, kayaking, wild life watching, bicycling, rock climbing and camping. You could also be part of the tour which is pretty informative and you can also explore the park with its diverse fauna and flora. The wildlife is so varied, you can catch glimpses of wallabies, swans, Tasmanian Devils, possums, and even dolphins, whales and eagles. It was truly out of the world experience. The beaches may not be immediately accessible, but its one of those places where the effort is worth it because its going to be surely one of those 'Once in Life time' experiences.