Days 3- 4

Bi­na­long Bay > Fr­eycinet Penin­sula

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Drive back through St He­lens to Sca­man­der at the top end of the Surf Coast. With re­li­able swells here year-round, this is the per­fect spot to pad­dle out and catch some waves. An­other lo­ca­tion en­joyed by pros and grom­mets alike is Bicheno, a sea­side ham­let that’s likely to trig­ger mem­o­ries of care­free child­hood sum­mers by the beach. Quench your thirst at the fam­ily-friendly BrewHaus Café & Bar in Four Mile Creek. Use Bicheno as a base to ex­plore the hik­ing trails and wa­ter­falls of Dou­glas-Ap­s­ley Na­tional Park, be­fore head­ing to the spec­tac­u­lar Fr­eycinet Penin­sula. If you’re peck­ish don’t miss the Fr­eycinet Marine Farm, which has some of the fresh­est seafood you’re likely to ever taste. Join a sea kayak­ing tour around Coles Bay or hike across the Haz­ards Range to the dreamy Wine­glass Bay, voted by From­mers as one of the 10 best beaches in the world. Make the most of the scenery by stay­ing in a cabin at the eco-friendly Fr­eycinet Lodge.

Kayak­ing at Coles Bay

Wine­glass Bay

Take a peek at the East Coast Ap­s­ley Gorge

Fr­eycinet Lodge

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