Freycinet National Park
Edge of the Bay Resort is surrounded by world-renowned Freycinet National Park. Beaches of unspoiled white sand abound for swimmers and strollers. There are walks to suit every fitness level. Within minutes of your Oceanview Suite or Secluded Cottage are bush and beach walks, options for fishing, nature and wildlife viewing (including Tasmanian Devils). There are places you can go sea kayaking, blaze away on a mountain bike trail, rock climbing, windsurfing, abseiling, camp on a beach, go sailing or cruising, snorkelling/scuba diving and surfing. Activities both in, and around, Edge of the Bay Resort and Freycinet National Park are plentiful.
While Freycinet National Park offers plenty of activities, have you noticed how centrally located Edge of the Bay Resort is? Just one hour to the Maria Island ferry and less than an hour and a half to St Helen’s Bay of Fires, we are an ideal location for you to base yourself to experience all that Freycinet and the East Coast has to offer.
A visit to the Freycinet Peninsular will include visiting at least parts of the Freycinet National Park. The Visitor Centre is a short 5 minute drive from Edge of the Bay Resort. They have a shop selling a range of products and can organise a guided walk with one of their very informative rangers.
Experience All4adventure’s unique blend of fun and adventure as you enjoy exhilarating riding, scenic lookouts and beautiful destinations, inaccessible to most, across the Freycinet Peninsula.
Freycinet adventures provide sea kayaking all throughout the Freycinet Peninsula including Coles Bay, Wineglass Bay and Promise Bay. They also provide abseiling, mountain bike riding and bushwalking in Freycinet National Park.
A shimmering crescent of white sand fringes a perfect turquoise sea at Wineglass Bay. Beautiful and remote, this is a place that only a few will visit.
Freycinet Air has been conducting scenic flights over Tasmania’s spectacular East Coast since 1997. The Freycinet Peninsula is regarded as one of the most beautiful places in the world with its combination of mountains, forests and white beaches.
Cool clean water forms the basis of this farm. We have no other industries in the area except some forests, vineyards and farms, our water is pure and therefore so are our oysters, we need to neither depurate nor scrub our product before it leaves the farm, it comes straight from the leases to your plate. In fact you can taste the clean waters of Tasmania’s east coast with every oyster that passes your palate.
Milton Vineyard on the dry sunny Freycinet Coast of Tasmania was initially farmed fine Tasmanian wool, but is now producing fine cool climate wines.
The Freycinet Coast has more sunshine hours than anywhere else in Tasmania, coupled with cool nights and proximity to the ocean, everything leads to fantastic wines and produce of world class nature. Around every turn is a fresh view, jam packed on the Freycinet Coast is a marvel of flavours, vistas and experiences that will surpass any expectations you had when you ventured to the pristine state of Tasmania.