We took the Tasman Highway north to Freycinet National Park, a remote, coastal haven and hiking paradise. Fresh seafood, native wildlife and perfectly white, sandy beaches is what Freycinet is all about.
I’ve visited Tasmania many times and usually base my travels in Hobart, however I had never journeyed out to Bruny Island before. Situated only a half hour south of Hobart (plus an additional half hour for the ferry crossing though) Bruny Island is a serene little gem. Known for its spectacular local produce, untouched shorelines, walking tracks and 360 degree views, the island really is worth visiting.