Freycinet Peninsula

From its rich wine heritage to its stunning views and wildlife park adventures, Tasmania's Freycinet Peninsula is worth the trip.

Where We Stayed: 

Saffire-Freycinet: This luxury coastal sanctuary captures the essence of this unique region and is reflective of Tasmania's growing reputation as a sophisticated vacation destination. Saffire overlooks the wide expanses of Great Oyster Bay, where migrating whales and dolphins come to play. Local farms produce fresh, succulent oysters in some of the world’s cleanest waters.

Where We Ate:

Palate at Saffire-Freycinet: Saffire's restaurant, Palate, prides itself on showcasing the best Tasmania has to offer and provides tailor-made experiences to suit all guests.

What We Did:

Luxury Helicopter Transfer: This is a scenic flight you will never forget! Fly over Freycinet National Park, including the famed Wineglass Bay, pink granite mountains, pure white beaches, coastal dunes and dry eucalyptus forests on Tasmania's east coast.

Quad Bike Experience: This really is a road trip with a difference. Swap your traditional four wheels for the excitement of a quad bike adventure through Freycinet National Park.

Spa Saffire: The Saffire Sanctuary experience will relax and restore you, both energetically and aesthetically. It inspires a feeling of transformation, readying you to return to the Tasmanian world renewed. Saffire Sanctuary selects some of the world's best skin and body care to ensure a luxurious experience.

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