Freycinet Peninsula is located just 120 km from Hobart on Tasmania’s sunny east coast. Whilst visiting Freycinet Peninisula Tasmania, there are literally dozens of activities that you can try as you enjoy this unique part of Tasmania east coast.
Sea Kayaking and Abseiling
One of the most popular ways of getting to see the Freycinet Peninsula is on a 3 hour sea kayak tour.The Freycinet Paddle as its known, has a reputation as Tasmania’s best sea kayaking destination. The Freycinet Paddle, was listed as the #4 “must-do experience” on channel 9 Things to Try Before you Die list.
Photo credit : Freycinet Adventures
The guided tour lasts for approx 3 hours, as you get to enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery Tasmania has to offer. Pink granite mountains, clear blue water and white sandy beaches, you will really get to see why this guided tour is so popular. As you slowly paddle around the Freycinet Peninusla, you will unwind and relax as you get to see some of the most iconic landscapes and listen to the experienced tour guides as they share their natural and cultural knowledge of the area. Many people are not aware that Freycinet Peninsula has a long history, dating back thousand of year to Aborginal tribal lands, the 1642 Dutch exploration visit by Abel Tasman, French and English Explorers. The guided tours include all equipment, feature two person kayaks and the tours run daily.
For those who want to take things up a notch, then why not try your hand at abseiling. A half day abseiling adventure is run by expert instructors and you will get to experience Freycinet Peninsula from a different perspective at one of Tasmania’s most iconic destinations.
Both of these tours are run daily by Freycinet Adventures, Cole Bay Tasmania.
For more information visit Freycinet Adventures