Honeymoon Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania – Australia
Honeymoon Bay, can you get a nicer sounding bay than that? Located at the edge of the beautiful Freycinet Lodge, Honeymoon Bay is a gorgeous swimming spot and the water is crystal clear.
Although we had slightly overcast weather, the area was pretty. We walked from our lodge, through the hotel grounds and to the bay. We walked through a bushy walkway where we saw some local wildlife and then walked over the rocks to get a view of the whole bay.
It is worth stopping at Honeymoon Bay and parking is available which is great as you will no doubt be driving in your rental car.
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Here are some of our snaps of our visit to Honeymoon Bay.
For more Tasmania posts, check out the below posts and keep an eye on our Tasmania page for future posts!
- Wineglass Bay Lookout
- Hotel Review: Freycinet Lodge
- Friendly Beaches
- Cape Tourville Lookout and Lighthouse
- Honeymoon Bay
- Sleepy Bay & Little Gravelly Beach
- Renting a car in Tasmania
- Scenic Flight over Freycinet National Park
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