Wineglass Bay, Coles Bay

#2 of 9 in Beaches in Glamorgan-Spring Bay
Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
One of Tasmania's iconic destinations, Wineglass Bay attracts nature enthusiasts interested in scuba diving, sailing, kayaking, deep sea fishing, bushwalking, rock climbing, and mountain biking. Set against the backdrop of pink and grey granite peaks known as the Hazards, the crescent-shaped secluded bay features one of the world's top beaches. Consider spending a couple of days in this pristine part of the rugged Tasmanian coastline camping or staying at a luxurious eco-lodge. You can also enjoy the spectacular coastal landscape from air by taking a scenic flight. Work out when and for how long to visit Wineglass Bay and other Coles Bay attractions using our handy Coles Bay online travel planner.
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  • We hiked to the lookout, then hiked down to the beach. It states 1.5 hrs return from lookout, but going down took 30-40 minutes as it is down hill. Once you get to the beach, it is absolutely...  more »
  • The walk to the lookout is quite strenuous on well made paths and stone steps from the surrounding granite landscape. All steps and and retaining walls were of stonemason quality. The lookout has.....  more »
  • Beautiful place to visit, views were spectacular
  • I think it soo good of a beach. I went there and it was sooo good

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