Tasmania

Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks with Kids - - Queensland - www.tas­trails.com/fr­eycinet-cir­cuit

Aus­tralia’s lit­tle state boasts some of the great­est overnight hik­ing trails. The 31-kilo­me­tre Fr­eycinet Penin­sula Cir­cuit show­cases a va­ri­ety of ter­rain that can be done in two or three days, mak­ing this coastal head­land trail a great in­tro­duc­tory op­tion for new hik­ers. From stun­ning gran­ite peaks to pris­tine beaches and crys­tal wa­ters, the kids will be mes­merised by a plethora of stun­ning views to take in, es­pe­cially if they do the chal­leng­ing (op­tional) climb to the top of Mount Fr­eycinet, which of­fers breath­tak­ing views of the sur­round­ing na­tional park. The cir­cuit al­lows walk­ers to re­lax and suc­cumb to the loom­ing wilder­ness, es­pe­cially at the pic­turesque Cooks Beach camp­site. Chil­dren will be able to em­brace their in­ner ex­plorer and dis­cover the na­tional park’s abun­dant wildlife. Plan your hike be­tween De­cem­ber and April to take ad­van­tage of longer day­light hours and warmer av­er­age tem­per­a­tures. A na­tional park en­try fee is re­quired. Dif­fi­culty: Mod­er­ate

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