Wineglass Bay {Tasmania}

Hi friends! I am back in Australia and ready to get back into blogging. I started this post two and a half months ago and finally getting around to finishing it. When I left off we had visited the Bay of Fires and spent the night in Scamander.

The next morning we checked out and headed to a different bay, Wineglass Bay, in the Freycinet National Park. We took the trail up to the top, stopping at a few lookouts on the way.

We had done this hike before, but I didn’t remember it being such a workout. By the time we got to the top, I was quite puffed. As was Leighton…

We took pictures and hung out at the lookout for a while…

then Travis had the idea to take the hike down to the beach. The walk down was pretty steep, but I just kept thinking how we were going to have to walk back up. When we got down to the beach though it was pretttttty impressive (although Leighton was less than impressed).

After hiking back up to the lookout, it’s safe to say we had worked off all the wine and cheese consumed so far on the trip. We also had worked up quite an appetite. We headed back down the mountain, stopping first by Honeymoon Bay to check out the view.

We stopped by a little town for lunch at a cafe and then continued on to our next stop- Hobart. Buttttt more on that next week!

If you are catching up on our Tasmania trip….

Cradle Mountain | Launceston | Bay of Fires

Happy Wonderful Wednesday 🙂

Linking up with my lovely friends: LaurenMarcellaVan and Isabel.


20 thoughts on “Wineglass Bay {Tasmania}

  1. Oh wow, it’s just so beautiful isn’t it? I’ve done the walk once, and I remember it being SUCH a hike (although it was maybe four days after doing The Overland Track so that might have had something to do with the tired). Love your photos! #wanderfulwednesday

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