Home / Travel Guides / South Pacific / Australia / Coles Bay

Coles Bay, Australia

View gallery

1 photos

Below are pictures and videos. Select what you want to view below.

COLES BAY, on the north edge of the Freycinet National Park, is a sheltered inlet with fishing boats moored in the deep-blue water, all set against the striking backdrop of The Hazards, three pink-granite peaks – Amos, Dove and Mayson – rising straight from the sea. Since the 1930s, the hamlet of Coles Bay has been the base for the park, and for fishing and recreation; it's also known (in Australia at least) as the first town to ban plastic shopping bags. There are numerous fishing shacks and holiday houses available to rent: Freycinet Rentals (Tel:03/6257 0320) has a wide selection on its books. …
Information by Rough Guides

Top Hotels in Coles Bay, Australia

from Yahoo Travelers

Saffire

Saffire is a luxury coastal sanctuary on Tasmanias East Coast, capturing the essence of this unique region and connecting with its environment to generate an authentic, enriching ...