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All reviews car park wineglass bay great view worth the climb worth the effort hazards beach easy walk take your time great walk catch your breath minute walk few steps long walk sunny day hard work hours return freycinet national park
The climb up is quite steep after about 5 to 10 mins walk from carpark. Took me almost 30 mins to get to the lookout, stayed about 10 mins for photo shots then head back down in about 20 mins. Way down is easy and...More
It's not an easy climb up but well worth the view. Approximately 40 minutes up to the lookout with lots of steps. Can stop for breaks along the way. Beautiful view, highly recommended for those visiting or staying in Freycinet National Park.
Super lovely walk. Sun shine but not too hot. The lookout is a great view ( you can keep the sunglasses that fell off his hat as we took tourist photos). In awe of the elderly gentleman who walked escorted by family. No mean feat...More
We were a group of three family members ranging in ages 48 - 73. We all made it to the lookout, yes was difficult in areas but doable. The view was beautiful and so worth it. The trip down went via boulder track but was...More
We completed the walk to look at and back. To be honest the walk up was beautiful with massive ancient boulders and stunning views of the bay. Lots of shade and places to stop and relax along the way. The cool breeze blowing over the...More
The walk to the lookout is 45’ or more, quite steep and not particularly interesting. The view is great when you get there but we have enjoyed other Tasmanian walks far more e.g. Nelson Falls, Russell Falls, Junee Caves, Valley of the Styx. To walk...More
This is the second time I’ve done this trail and it’s as uphill as I remember. Lots of steps but regardless of your fitness provided you take plenty of stops you will be fine. Colours in the bay are best when there is sun shining...More
It started wirh the professionalism of the national park staff they were friendly and knowledgeable and so helpful. We then continued on to do a walk it was awesome long and tiring but well worth the journey with beautiful views of wine bay