The Cape Tourville walk in the Freycinet National Park is rated as very easy, and therefore suitable to all levels of fitness and all ages.
This provides an opportunity for the whole family from grandparents to toddlers, the chance to sample some of the most stunning coastal scenery on Tasmania.
For those who don’t feel inclined to take the steep hill track to the Wineglass Bay lookout, the short 600m, 20-minute Cape Tourville circuit is almost as pleasing aesthetically. However, with Wineglass Bay’s reputation as being one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the temptation to tackle the hill walk to the lookout might prove to be too much for some.
The Level 1, Cape Tourville circuit is wide and gently sloping track with an even surface. It can accommodate most strollers and wheelchairs under normal conditions.
Sun protection and a warm jersey or rain jacket should be on hand in case of a change in the weather.
Park entry fees DO APPLY.
NO pets, firearms or bicycles are permitted in the park or on the track.
There are toilets, electric BBQ’s and picnic facilities at both Ranger Creek (7kms away) and Honeymoon Bay.
From the Tasman Highway (A3) turn onto C302 and once inside the park turn left onto the Cape Tourville Road.