The Hazard Mountains on the east coast of Tasmania are part of the Freycinet National Park.
This range is famous for its pink granite rock peaks, leaving a pink tinge to the mountains.
There are plenty of opportunities for abseiling, climbing, mountain biking and walks of varying difficulty and length.
The native wildlife here is also amazing, as is the marine and bird life.
The track to the lookout and Wineglass Bay runs along the base of Amos mountain. The Peninsula Circuit also runs along the base of the mountain range.
Camping is available at the southern end of Hazards Beach, as well as Cooks Beach and the southern end of Wineglass Bay.
There are private operators providing a variety of guided tours in the park. For something different, you can take a Wineglass Bay Cruise to get a unique perspective of the National Park.
Main Photo: Hazard Mountains, Saffire Freycinet, Credit: Luxury Lodges of Australia, Tasmania
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