Freycinet National Park offers visitors a range of wonderful opportunities to enjoy spectacular coastal scenery, colourful wildflowers and a variety of Tasmania’s animal life. Freycinet National Park is on of Tasmania’s oldest, best known and most loved national parks.Your time here can be as relaxed or as energetic as you wish. Characterised by the rugged granite mountains, coastal forests, clear oceans and fine white beaches, Freycinet National Park offers some of the state’s best bushwalking, wildlife encounters and coastal activities. Take one of the many great walks in the Park—from the short walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout to multi-day walking and camping experiences. Take a cruise or go sea kayaking to explore the coastline and encounter the Park’s incredible bird and aquatic life.
Entry fees are applicable to Freycinet National Park. Fees range from $40.00 per vehicle a day to yearly fees of $90.00 for an annual all parks vehicle pass.For day visits there are electric barbecues, picnic tables, water and toilets located at Honeymoon Bay and Ranger Creek . For overnight camping the park offers a variety of basic powered sites for campervans and caravans up to 18 feet (5.4m) and unpowered campsites for tents. Sites are available all year around, all campers must book at the visitor centre prior to taking up a site.For more information you can visit here.