Freycinet Experience Walk
- Food and Wine
- Health and Wellbeing
- National Park
- Nature based
- Soft Adventure
- Fishing - Beach
- Public toilet
- Waiting Area
Part of The Great Walks of Tasmania, Freycinet Experience Walk is a guided trek along the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s east coast. The four-day walk involves both coastal and mountain walking.
The Freycinet Experience Walk takes you along deserted beaches, up pink granite Mount Graham and through the heart of the rich native heathlands of the Freycinet National Park, including Wineglass Bay.
Each evening you return to the award-winning and environmentally sensitive Friendly Beaches Lodge for an evening meal featuring local produce and regional wines. You have the added luxury of a hot shower before sleeping in a comfortable bed.
The Walk covers between 30 and 37 kilometres depending on which walking option you choose. Regardless of your route choice you will travel from the southern to the north tip of the Freycinet Peninsula in a continuous journey. You also do not have to carry a heavy backpack.
No one else except fellow walkers and the four staff will be at the Friendly Beaches Lodge – making it a special place to truly unwind.
Art of Nature is a unique three day journey hosted by Freycinet Experience, MONA and sculptor Peter Adams that will particularly inspire the art and nature lover.