The last of the light at Coles Bay Tasmania
After a long day driving and hiking in to Wineglass Bay it was time to find a stunning camping spot. It took me over 40 minutes to back my trailer in to the very tight camping ground but the spot was to die for. How silly was I in not realisieng that this tight camping spot was not for trailers but for tent camping next to your car, anyway it was a fantastic spot to rest after a hard day.
Coles Bay in Tasmania is one of those places when there is no breeze it can be so tranquil, just the gentle sound of a very small wave lapping against the land and nothing else can be heard. It form’s part of the Freycinet National Park (founded in 1916) which on the east coast of Tasmania, approximately 125 km from Hobart. But don’t expect to be there in one and a half hours the Tasmanian roads are very beautiful but no freeway. The park lies on the Freycinet Peninsula and is named after the French explorer Louis de Freycinet.
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