How fitting that we end the Virtual Easter Tour in one of the most beautiful parts of Australia, the Freycinet National Park in Tasmania.
we arrived at Tasmania late in the afternoon, and checked into the Freycinet Lodget just in time to witness an absolutely gorgeous sunset.
Friendly Beaches is a camping ground famous for beautiful, long, white sand beaches. A boardwalk takes us to the viewing platform.
We stopped by at the Freycinet National Park Visitor Centre. There is a boardwalk from the Visitor Centre to the Ranger Creek camping ground.
Today we checked out of the Freycinet Lodge and took a few photos around the Lodge including Richardson's Beach.
We retired back to the Freycinet Lodge for dinner at Richardson's Bistro. There wasn't much of a sunset, just a gradual fading of the light.
Honeymoon Bay is situated right next to the Freycinet Lodge and has a huge granite rock that looks like it was thrown there by a baby giant.
Cape Tourville has a lighthouse. From the boardwalk we can see The Nuggets, two tiny islands where birds nest.
Sleepy Bay sounds slike something out of an Enid Blyton Famous Five book (no smugglers though). We descended down to Little Gravelly Beach.
We opted to do the Wineglass Bay lookout walk which takes us to a short, fairly steep climb to the saddle between Mt Amos and Mt Mayson.
We checked in, and had time to enjoy dinner and the lovely sunset at Freycinet Lodge which was really striking.