Coles Bay Tasmania
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Freycinet Lodge. Tourism TAS & Pure Tasmania
Freycinet Lodge. Tourism TAS & Pure Tasmania
Freycinet Sea Cruises. Photo John de la Roche
Freycinet Sea Cruises. Photo John de la Roche
Freycinet Marine Farm. Photo Lap Fung Lam
Freycinet Marine Farm. Photo Lap Fung Lam
All4Adventures. Tourism Tasmania, Garry Moore
All4Adventures. Tourism Tasmania, Garry Moore
Coles Bay. Tourism TAS & Basquali Skamaachi
Coles Bay. Tourism TAS & Basquali Skamaachi
Kayaking. Tourism Tasmania & John de la Roche
Kayaking. Tourism Tasmania & John de la Roche
Coles Bay. Tourism TAS and George Apostolidis
Coles Bay. Tourism TAS and George Apostolidis
Edge of the By Resort. Tourism TAS, Greg Wilson
Edge of the By Resort. Tourism TAS, Greg Wilson

Coles Bay Information

Coles Bay in Tasmania is a small town with a population of about 800 people. Coles Bay was once a town where whalers and miners lived. There are still plenty of old mining and whaling shafts around making Coles Bay a very popular tourist destination in Tasmania.

At Coles bay you can enjoy heaps of energetic activities like hiking, biking, boating, Fishing, Swimming, Diving, Snorkelling and Kayaking. Out on the water looking back you can see the peaks of Mt Freycinet (620 meters) and Mt Graham (579 meters).

Another great activity is to explore the absolute serenity of the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmaniaís East Coast and let these magical journeys of a lifetime revitalize your senses. Freycinet Sea Cruises are happy to help make your holiday a magical experience out on the water.

For accommodation the Freycinet Lodge is located at the foot of The Hazards, just inside the Freycinet National Park. Another great place to stay at is the Edge of the Bay Resort.

If you are searching for fun and adventure then take a thrilling ride with an All Terrain Vehichle from All4Adventures.

Also donít miss the Freycinet Marine Farm. The farm is made up of 6 different growing regions totaling just less than 150 acres and is a mixture of estuarine and fully marine growing areas. The estuarine areas are in the Greater Swanport river estuary, boarded by the Pelican Bay bird sanctuary on the upstream side and open to Great Oyster bay on the down stream side. The marine zones are off shore from Freycinet National Park and are open to the Southern Ocean to the south.

Every year during Easter time, Coles Bay is the scene of the Australian Three Peaks Race, which is a continuous sailing and running event. The event goes from Launceston to Hobart and contestants stop at Coles Bay where two runners are sent to scale Mt Freycinet.

Coles Bay tourist attractions are brought to you by World Holiday Destinations. Book your Coles Bay Accommodation.

Couple on Freycinet Lodge Jetty. Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania, Photo Garry Moore
Couple on Freycinet Lodge Jetty. Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania, Photo Garry Moore
Freycinet Lodge Beach Foreshore. Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania, Photo Lap Fung Lam
Freycinet Lodge Beach Foreshore. Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania, Photo Lap Fung Lam