Just staying two days, well it's not really long enough, but if it was me I would not miss out on Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, and Maria Island. Now remember you are coming here to see natural wonders and nature so a lot of places you will visit are not full of shops so be prepared.
Here are a few suggestions I would make, if you have any idea or sees things that you think should be added just let me know and I can add them.
I would start the day with a cuppa on your Balcony, I would suggest booking an Ocean view room, they may be a little more expensive but you have a gorgeous view and a larger room. Relax, see if the Dolphins are in the Bay and enjoy the sunrise
Head out early if possible and drive towards Coles Bay, If you really want to taste Tasmania STOP at
Open from 9am until 5pm in winter and 8.00am until 7pm in summer.
Try their homemade ice creams. Have a berry ice cream, their famous chocolate coated ice cream or for a true indulgence a berry sundae with home made raspberry or strawberry topping.
They also offer Devonshire teas with a super large scone, scrumptious pancake stacks, toasted sandwiches and soup just to mention a few things you can ponder.
They source most of their ingredients locally for a true taste of Tasmania and menu's varies according to supply. You can also try tastings of cherry wines and liqueurs and homemade jams, chutneys, pickles and toppings. Your will find local honey and fruit liqueurs. Their range is continually expanding .
You can pretty much fill in your whole day wandering around Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay,
Freycinet National Park consists of knuckles of granite mountains all but surrounded by azure bays and white sand beaches. The dramatic peaks of the Hazards welcome you as you enter the park. Freycinet is effectively two eroded blocks of granite - the Hazards and the Mt Graham/Mt Freycinet sections of the peninsula - joined by a sand isthmus.
There are a variety of different walks to take if you want to wander around Freycinet National Park or see Wineglass Bay. We have more information on these walks on our webpage under Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National Park.
If you cannot do the big walks Cape Tourville is Wheelchair friendly and easy walking, take in the panorama of Sleepy & Wineglass Bay and allow the coastline and ocean to unfold before your eyes.
There are some lovely places to stop and take pictures along this walk.
If you would like something a little more relaxed.
Wineglass Bay Cruises offer a beautiful way to enjoy your day while you relax and experience the abundant wildlife and stunning scenery on their award winning cruise. Have a Tassie ploughmans lunch served at anchor in Wineglass Bay.
There are also a variety of other things for you to try
Get a true sailing experience on Sail Freycinets luxurious Beneteau Oceanis 41 Yacht. Navigate pristine waters from Coles Bay, past the majestic Hazards Mountains, and experience a completely unique perspective of the stunning Freycinet Peninsula.
They take a maximum of eight guests on each charter, enabling them to cater each trip to individual tastes. You can take the helm, if you like, hoist the sails, or just sit back and enjoy the spectacular scenery with a glass of bubbly.
You may also like to seize the opportunity to walk on deserted, white, sandy beaches, do some bird watching, swim, or drop a line and do some fishing.
They offer, half, full and sunset cruises, or if you have a little longer why not overnight in Wineglass Bay. All options include tasty Tassie food and wine.
After something a little different, how about trying
Imagine the thrill of riding your own quadbike to isolated areas of world renowned Freycinet National Park, on Tasmania’s East Coast.
Experience All 4adventure’s unique blend of fun and adventure as you enjoy exhilarating riding, scenic lookouts and beautiful destinations.
You’ll travel along bush tracks, climbing hills and winding your way through native eucalypt forest to the coast for breathtaking views.
And now with their exciting family friendly 3 seater vehicles, young or old, nobody misses out. It’s the perfect way to get off the beaten track and discover some of Freycinet’s lesser known beauty spots - plus its great fun.
If you love animals and want to see nature at its best head over to Maria Island, this little Island is missed by a lot of people as it's not as easy to get to as a lot of local areas.
Maria Island is a special place with something for everyone - historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged cliffs and mountains, and remarkable wildlife. Set just off the warm East Coast, the island is accessed by ferry. Make sure that you book your ferry and check the times before heading over there.
Once on the island you will discover a place where there are no motor vehicles, no shops and no worries.
Whether you're here for hours or days you can choose the kind of stay that suits you and let Maria work its spell on you.