The Parks and Wildlife Service is implementing key strategies of the Freycinet Peninsula Master Plan 2019. The Wineglass Bay 2nd Lookout is funded through the Tasmanian Governments Tourism Infrastructure in Parks [TIIP] and Improving State-wide Visitor Infrastructure [ISVI], and the federal government election commitment funding at $450,000. This project aims to build infrastructure, while enhancing the visitor experience, that supports the protection of ecological and heritage values within the Freycinet National Park.
The second lookout will provide a loop extension to the existing Wineglass Bay lookout, constructed from a combination of manmade and natural materials. The aesthetics will be blended with the existing lookout, and complimentary to the local landscape.
The new lookout will:
- Reduce congestion through visitor dispersal, providing a more tranquil experience
- Improve visitor experience through access to different visual fields and interpretive elements
- Improve safety for visitors through considered design
The documents for this project are below.
The closing date for comments was 23:59 AEST, Monday 27th April, 2020.
If you would like more information please contact: Freycinetmasterplan@parks.tas.gov.au
Subject to all planning approvals, work is expected to begin in Winter 2020 at the Wineglass Bay Lookout site.
Final environmental impact assessment report
RAA 3456 - WGB 2nd Lookout Trackwork (5Mb)
Appendix A Wineglass Bay Lookout Visual Impact Assessment (6Mb)
Appendix B Wineglass Bay Lookout Aboriginal Heritage Desktop Review (672Kb)
Appendix C Wineglass Bay Lookout Ecological Assessment (8Mb):