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Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania, Australia

Introduction of Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay is about 168km southwest of Horbart, the capital of Tasmania, at (Freycinet National Park), National Park on the (Freycinet Peninsula) peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania. Named after her wine glass, Wineglass Bay is one of the most popular resorts on Tasmania Island for tourists and locals. Overlooking the crystal clear Big Oyster Bay (Great Oyster Bay), is a paradise for swimming, diving, rubber boats, rowing and fishing enthusiasts.

In 1999, the American travel magazine Outside chose Wineglass Bay as one of the top ten beaches in the world. "the beach and the Tasman Sea form a silhouetted half-moon shape, like a smiling face on the button. I am alone in this vast world, feeling the wilderness, tranquility and greatness of the natural landscape," the commentator described it as saying: "the beach and the Tasman Sea form a clear half-moon shape, like a smiling face on the button. I am alone in this vast world, feeling the wilderness, tranquility and greatness of the natural landscape."

Guidebook (2006) says Wineglass Bay: ". There we see the most magnificent scenery we have ever seen. I often recall the good times when I sat there: the breeze blew, the waves gently patted my toes, and I stared in surprise at the clear blue waters of the bay pouring towards the shore, and the silvery beach on the shore was as perfect as the edge of a wine glass."


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  • Across the ridges of (The Hazards), Mount Huxs, you can see the amazing splendor of Wineglass Bay. To walk to Wineglass Bay, it takes a short but steep distance to conquer Mount Huxs, and it takes 1 to 1. 5 hours to walk to (Wineglass Bay Lookout), the Wineglass Bay overlooking platform.
  • It may seem impossible to walk an extra 2 to 3 hours from the watchtower to Hazard Beach (Hazards Beach) opposite Wineglass Bay, but it is undoubtedly the best part of the trip. After walking down from the viewing platform, there will be a trail leading you through the middle of the park to the west side of the peninsula. When you see that the smoke is gradually scarce, the sea is so quiet that there is no ripples, a magnificent picture is spread in front of your eyes, this is the final destination;
  • Tickets need to be purchased to enter Fihina National Park, 24 Australian dollars per car (2016).


Tickets:

  • Tickets need to be purchased to enter Fihina National Park, A $24 per car, including up to 8 people


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