• SELF-GUIDED
  • 3 DAYS
  • Moderate
PRICE FROM £ 1,110 per person
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT £ 225 per person

OVERVIEW

UNFORTUNATELY THIS TRIP IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE DUE TO THE CLOSURE OF THE AQUA TAXI SERVICE. A REOPEN DATE FOR THIS TRIP IS UNKNOWN. HOWEVER WE DO OFFER A GROUP GUIDED VERSION OF THIS TRIP PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE.

?Explore the Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania's most iconic coastal walking destination. The peninsula's combination of towering pink-hued granite mountains, pristine isolated white beaches and gorgeous bays make this a fabulous three-day walking adventure. This short walk has been designed so each day includes the very best of the scenery and diverse landscape the national park has to offer.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The famous Wineglass Bay, viewed from 3 different vantage points
  • Feel the sand of Wineglass Bay, Hazards, Crockets and Cook beaches underfoot
  • Boat trip to Cook beach
  • Get your feet wet, or take a dip in the ocean at one of the remote beaches
  • Includes a little rock scrambling for the more adventurous!
  • Stay at the luxurious Freycinet Lodge inside Freycinet National Park on Oyster Bay
  • Unwind in luxury, but with the sense that you haven't left the wilderness

AT A GLANCE

TRIP LENGTH
3 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate
PRICE FROM
£ 1110 per person twin/double share
SINGLE OCCUPANCY
£ 225 per person

ITINERARY

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • All transport including private transfers to and from Launceston
  • Genuine all inclusive pack free Tasmanian walking holiday
  • Boat transfer to and from Cooks Beach (note: this can be weather dependent)
  • 2 nights’ accommodation at Freycinet Lodge in ensuited rooms
  • Meals, including chef-cooked breakfasts, walkers’ lunches and dinner in Richardson’s Bistro
  • Stroll guide pack including comprehensive walk notes

ACCOMMODATION & DINING DESKTOP

On this walk, we stay two nights at the fabulous Freycinet Lodge in rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Some rooms have the added bonus of shared lounge rooms.

It is said that time stands still and all your worries evaporate from the moment you arrive Freycinet Lodge on the Peninsula. The Lodge overlooks the blue waters of Great Oyster Bay and has the beautiful Hazards mountain range as your backdrop. The location of Freycinet Lodge’s accommodation within Freycinet National Park ensures that your wilderness experience does not end with each days’ walk.

Each day you’ll be provided with a substantial walkers lunch. This may include a high protein type salad, a roll or a wrap, a muesli bar, cake or muffin and a piece of fruit. Most importantly each day you’ll get the opportunity to have your lunch on the track at a fabulous location on the Freycinet Peninsula. How special is that!

The dinners at Freycinet Lodge and breakfasts are all prepared by their in house chefs taken in the comfort of their outstanding restaurant.

Alcohol and drinks are not included with meals (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

GENERAL INFO

The walk starts in Launceston at 8:00 am and finishes in Launceston late afternoon around 5:00 pm. We have graded the walking on this trip as easy to moderate depending on the walking options you choose. We have given you walking options so you can make this trip fit your walking ability. On Freycinet, there are some steep sections but overall the walking is easy to moderate.

Please note that the boat trip is weather dependent and on rare occasions when the sea is too rough to depart, we offer another walk to replace the Mount Freycinet walk.

Pre and post-tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Launceston, however, we often use the Quality Hotel Colonial for our guides on guided trips when we need to stay in Launceston. The trip ends at approximately 5:00 pm on the last day in Launceston; we can also drop you off at Launceston airport.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

GETTING THERE AND AWAY

The walk starts in Launceston at 8:00 am and finishes in Launceston late afternoon around 5:00 pm. We provide a private transfer in a limousine to and from Launceston (for larger groups the vehicle type may vary).

WEATHER

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

Spring and autumn are perfect times to walk on the Freycinet Peninsula. Summer can be a little warmer, however, the average temperature is only 18 degrees. Winter is often written off as a time not to visit Tasmania, let alone walk because of the rain. However, if you look at the mean average rainfall it isn’t that much more than in summer. The average temperature in winter does however fall to 11 degrees so come prepared with warm clothes and good rain gear (realistically year-round). See the gear advice section in FAQs for more information.

Freycinet Ave temperature graph

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions now, feel free to ask one of our walks consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, or email us at info@stroll.com

MAP

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    Details
  • 1 Feb 2024 - 14 Dec 2024
    AVAILABLE

    from £ 1110

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    £ 225

sections

Overview

UNFORTUNATELY THIS TRIP IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE DUE TO THE CLOSURE OF THE AQUA TAXI SERVICE. A REOPEN DATE FOR THIS TRIP IS UNKNOWN. HOWEVER WE DO OFFER A GROUP GUIDED VERSION OF THIS TRIP PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE.

?Explore the Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania's most iconic coastal walking destination. The peninsula's combination of towering pink-hued granite mountains, pristine isolated white beaches and gorgeous bays make this a fabulous three-day walking adventure. This short walk has been designed so each day includes the very best of the scenery and diverse landscape the national park has to offer.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The famous Wineglass Bay, viewed from 3 different vantage points
  • Feel the sand of Wineglass Bay, Hazards, Crockets and Cook beaches underfoot
  • Boat trip to Cook beach
  • Get your feet wet, or take a dip in the ocean at one of the remote beaches
  • Includes a little rock scrambling for the more adventurous!
  • Stay at the luxurious Freycinet Lodge inside Freycinet National Park on Oyster Bay
  • Unwind in luxury, but with the sense that you haven't left the wilderness
Itinerary
What’s Included
  • All transport including private transfers to and from Launceston
  • Genuine all inclusive pack free Tasmanian walking holiday
  • Boat transfer to and from Cooks Beach (note: this can be weather dependent)
  • 2 nights’ accommodation at Freycinet Lodge in ensuited rooms
  • Meals, including chef-cooked breakfasts, walkers’ lunches and dinner in Richardson’s Bistro
  • Stroll guide pack including comprehensive walk notes
Accommodation & Dining

On this walk, we stay two nights at the fabulous Freycinet Lodge in rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Some rooms have the added bonus of shared lounge rooms.

It is said that time stands still and all your worries evaporate from the moment you arrive Freycinet Lodge on the Peninsula. The Lodge overlooks the blue waters of Great Oyster Bay and has the beautiful Hazards mountain range as your backdrop. The location of Freycinet Lodge’s accommodation within Freycinet National Park ensures that your wilderness experience does not end with each days’ walk.

Each day you’ll be provided with a substantial walkers lunch. This may include a high protein type salad, a roll or a wrap, a muesli bar, cake or muffin and a piece of fruit. Most importantly each day you’ll get the opportunity to have your lunch on the track at a fabulous location on the Freycinet Peninsula. How special is that!

The dinners at Freycinet Lodge and breakfasts are all prepared by their in house chefs taken in the comfort of their outstanding restaurant.

Alcohol and drinks are not included with meals (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

General Info

The walk starts in Launceston at 8:00 am and finishes in Launceston late afternoon around 5:00 pm. We have graded the walking on this trip as easy to moderate depending on the walking options you choose. We have given you walking options so you can make this trip fit your walking ability. On Freycinet, there are some steep sections but overall the walking is easy to moderate.

Please note that the boat trip is weather dependent and on rare occasions when the sea is too rough to depart, we offer another walk to replace the Mount Freycinet walk.

Pre and post-tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Launceston, however, we often use the Quality Hotel Colonial for our guides on guided trips when we need to stay in Launceston. The trip ends at approximately 5:00 pm on the last day in Launceston; we can also drop you off at Launceston airport.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

GETTING THERE AND AWAY

The walk starts in Launceston at 8:00 am and finishes in Launceston late afternoon around 5:00 pm. We provide a private transfer in a limousine to and from Launceston (for larger groups the vehicle type may vary).

WEATHER

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

Spring and autumn are perfect times to walk on the Freycinet Peninsula. Summer can be a little warmer, however, the average temperature is only 18 degrees. Winter is often written off as a time not to visit Tasmania, let alone walk because of the rain. However, if you look at the mean average rainfall it isn’t that much more than in summer. The average temperature in winter does however fall to 11 degrees so come prepared with warm clothes and good rain gear (realistically year-round). See the gear advice section in FAQs for more information.

Freycinet Ave temperature graph

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions now, feel free to ask one of our walks consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, or email us at info@stroll.com

Map
Departure Dates
  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • Date
    1 Feb 2024 - 14 Dec 2024
    AVAILIBILITY
    AVAILABLE
    PRICE
    from £ 1110
    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    £ 225
    DETAILS

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