Wineglass Bay & Hazards Beach Circuit Hike (12.8km)

Freycinet National Park

Tasmania

12.8km

5 hrs

Grade 4

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Explore Safe

While planning your hike, it’s important to check official government sources for updated information, temporary closures and trail access requirements. Before hitting the trail, check local weather and bushfire advice for planned burns and bushfire warnings and let someone know before you go. Plan ahead and hike safely.

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Wineglass Bay & Hazards Beach Circuit Hike

Trail Hiking Australia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we hike and pay respects to their Elders, past and present, and we acknowledge the First Nations people of other communities who may be here today.