We drove up the hills after seeing the Hazards from a distance, and we were going to walk to the lookout to see Wine Glass Bay, but due to the bad weather plus there was nowhere to leave the caravan we didn't.
There are tours to wine glass bay, the bay being shaped like a wine glass, there are dolphins and whales along with other sea creatures to see if one takes the cruise to wine glass bay.
Coles Bay was the first place in the World to Ban plastic shopping bags in April 2003.
Part of Oyster Bay
The Hazards are a rugged mountain chain in the Freycinet National Park. These Hazards are said to be named after a local whaler, African-American Captain Richard Hazard.
The rocks are made of granite, Orthoclase, a pink feldspar, gives the mountains their pink tint, but not the day I took photos.
Part of one of the Hazards
The narrow road back down, it's here we turned around with the caravan.
Love this Australian/Tasmanian tree.
The Boat sheds at Coles Bay. Lots of Chinese tourist about all taking many photos like me.