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Wineglass Bay Day Tours

Wineglass Bay Day Tours

5/53 Reviews
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"Other Sightseeing Tours"
Sunday - Saturday am 7:00 - pm 9:00days: Sunday - Saturday, times: am 7:00 - pm 9:00, (Local time)
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"We are a one-day tour with a group of 12 people + a guide. The main attraction is Wineglass Bay. On the way, we pass by the Ras Pins Beach Reserve, Kate (Kite) Berry Farm, the coastal town of Swansea, Honeymoon Bay, Cos Bay And so on, from different angles to appreciate the beauty of the east coast of Tasmania. Wineglass Bay is located on the east coast of Tasmania, more than 200 kilometers away from Hobart. It is nestled between the jagged pink and light gray granite peaks-Hazards peaks. It is Freycinet National Park. Part of Freycinet National Park. Crossing the Hazelz ridge, you can see the breathtaking scenery of Wineglass Bay. Wineglass Bay was voted as one of the top ten beaches in the world by the American travel magazine "Outside" in 1999. The comment at the time described it as follows: "The beach and the Tasman Sea form a chiseled half-moon shape, just like a'Happy Jun' pin The smiling face on the button is just so...". Wineglass Bay is nestled among the mountains, the beauty is not exposed. We got off the car at 1 pm and walked, starting from the parking lot and taking the Wineglass Bay Track, we had to climb high, and we had to spend some effort to appreciate her beauty. After walking for about half an hour, I finally came to the Wineglass Bay Lookout. The east coast of Tasmania is a dream world. The blue sky, white clouds, sea, rocks, and beaches make Tasmania colorful, and Wineglass Bay is one of the shining pearls. Do you know why it is called Wine Cup Bay-the curved coastline is the wine glass, and the sea water is the wine in the glass! In fact, the wine glass bay seen from the observation deck is limited, the shape of the wine glass is not obvious, and only the wine glass bay like a wine glass can be photographed in the air! Also, it takes only half an hour to get from the viewing platform to Wineglass Bay, but it takes 1 hour to go back and forth, and stay a while, which is 1 and a half hours. Time is not allowed. We only gave a total of 1 and a half hours. Besides, when you come to the front, the scenery is not necessarily more spectacular than here! 14:30 Back to the parking lot. Before departure, the tour guide pointed to the bushes next to him and showed everyone a wild wallaby staying there. This kind of wallabies have lice on their bodies. The tour guide warned everyone to just look at them and don’t touch them. They said that these wallabies are very smart, and they waited for tourists to come and feed. I heard that there are lice, and no one dared to feed them. I was afraid it would come up. I just went up and took a few pictures. Picture 1-4: Wineglass Bay taken from the viewing platform; Picture 5: Sea cliffs on the southeast side of Wineglass Bay; Picture 6: Coles Bay area as seen on the way up the mountain; Picture 7: Among the bushes next to the parking lot Wild wallaby; Picture 8-9: Rocks full of mountains and plains; Picture 10: UAV flying overhead."
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