Looking for a great trail in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania? AllTrails has 5 great hiking trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 3 moderate trails in Freycinet National Park ranging from 6.1 to 35.1 miles and from 108 to 1,853 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
11 days ago

hiking
2 months ago

Steep hike up but views are definitely worth it!

Five stars if you go clockwise; three if you go counter-clockwise. Bit more difficult of a climb up with the latter and the majority of nice views will be to your back as you climb.

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rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Some parts of the climb are tough but worth it for the stunning views of Wineglass and Coles Bay from the summit. Take water and a snack. Some parts are slippery.

hiking
3 months ago

Great hike. Would recommend doing it clockwise so you start with the hill climb

Absolutely gorgeous around every turn! The hike offers so many varieties of scenery, from the lookout, to the world class beaches, and the wooded mountainsides. I really enjoyed that parts of the trail were traversing over the signature pink granite of the Hazards.

This is a great trail with a ton of variety! Stair climbs, amazing beaches, very well groomed and easy to follow trail. I’ve never seen so many “big shells” as I did at Hazards beach. Loved this hike so much!

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rocky
4 months ago

This is a very demanding hike, you have to be able to climb on rocks, sometimes big steps are necessary. Do not start in rainy conditions. The view is amazing. Some hidden places on top to enjoy the view, some lunch/drink...

hiking
4 months ago

Good condition, many steps but beautiful beach to relax and take a short swim

awesome day hike. we went when it was a little drizzly so nice and cool. Go clockwise and get all the steps (1000+) out of the way early

4 months ago

Well marked trail, space to sleep on top

No wonder this is one of Tassie’s best day hikes.

Walking the loop clockwise puts the stairs up to Wineglass Lookout and then the myriad of steps down to Wineglass Bay first on your hike. Then the Isthmus Track and Hazards Beach tracks are fairly flat on your way back to the car park. The Hazards beach track is a bit monotonous in comparison to the views you'll see at Wineglass. Another good reason to do it clockwise - - counterclockwise and the views of Wineglass Bay are always behind you and you just get to stare and never ending stairs...

hiking
5 months ago

Amazing view along way and at top. Fun climb with some super steep rock faces. Would be deadly if wet.

Went for sunrise to the wineglass lookout. Highly recommend it. Carpark is clearly marked. Just follow C302 / Freycint drive. we arrived to the carpark 25 minutes before scheduled sunrise and made it to the lookout just before scheduled sunrise (we walked fast). We should have arrived to the carpark 20 to 30 minutes earlier than we did (about 45 to 60 minutes) before scheduled sunrise. There is plenty of light sill and don't need a headlamp or anything.

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scramble
5 months ago

Really good hike, not too difficult, amazing views from the top

wineglass bay is very beautiful. nice fir swimming. multiple sightings of wallaby along the hike. this trail has little shade. there were some mosquitoes; seems to increase in activity in the afternoon.

6 months ago

not for the faint hearted. but worth every step/scramble up the side of the mountain.

6 months ago

The rocks are relatively slick and not super grippy toward top. Also gets pretty crowded even on weekday around 9:30 am. Bring some bug spray for mozzies at the start.

hiking
6 months ago

Great view. Not a ‘casual’ stroll as some found to their detriment. Dress for sweating as the stair climb is a workout even for the fittest people.

hiking
6 months ago

epic ride man

A nice track to walk...can be steep steps in sections..take plenty of water on hot days. Amazing view when at the lookout.

Awesome circuit walk to celebrate the New Year! We started early to avoid the heat/crowds and walked clockwise. There are lots of steps down to Wineglass Bay beach from the lookout, so walking the other way would be more difficult. Take plenty of water - the 1L per person recommendation at the trailhead would be insufficient for most people, particularly later in the day. Also keep a lookout for snakes. We came across 3 within 1 hour and were warned of another by hikers coming the other way. So tread carefully and wear enclosed shoes.

on Mount Amos

6 months ago

Phenomenal views of the freycient pensinsula (wineglass bay) and coles bay. Went here for sunset and was amazing. Took us an hour to get to the top and then 50 minutes back down. There is some climbing involved in this hike and slippery rocks so wear grippy shoes and do NOT do when went. ( we both slipped twice). The route is very clearly marked with yellow arrows making it easy to stay on the path. This is an absolute must do just come prepared with water and energy for the climbing.

Great hike with views of wineglass bay, the incredibly beautiful hazards beach (which I preferred to wineglass beach). Hike wasn’t too streneous and easily done in trainers. Was fairly busy did this one 23rd December, but still had some alone time. Bring lots of water, it gets hot! Also sun screen and head out early to avoid heat. We did this route clockwise and was definitely easiest done this way around

7 months ago

Awesome view. Hike was moderate although quite slippery in some areas (rained the day before)

8 months ago

Challenging climb. Good shoes and reasonable fitness will help. As stated below climbing and scramble up to some amazing views.

hiking
11 months ago

Incredible views from the top but make sure you come prepared. Decent shoes and a reasonable level of fitness are a must as there is some rock scrambling and sheer sections of climbing involved.

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