The visitor centre is located within the main entrance to
the park and introduces the region’s natural and cultural heritage through
creative displays. The centre is open daily with friendly staff on hand to assist with enquiries.
- November-April, 8am to 5pm
- May-October, 9am to 4pm
The shop at the visitor centre sells a range of products,
including park passes, postcards, posters, clothing and an extensive range of
natural history books.
Seasonal activities, including guided walks and
presentations, are run during peak seasons.
Behind the visitor centre is an outdoor theatre, used for
film and slide shows and as an activity meeting place during the summer period.
The theatre is available throughout the year for schools and other groups.
Contact the visitor centre for details.
Please note that drinking water is scarce in the National Park.
Refill your water bottles from the visitor centre’s filtered/chilled water
station. Taps are also located at Honeymoon Bay and the Wineglass Bay walking
Electric barbecues, picnic tables and toilets are located at
Honeymoon Bay and Ranger Creek.
Freycinet National Park is a Fuel Stove Only Area. Fires
are strictly forbidden.
Drones are not permitted to be used within the National Park or surrounding reserves.
Please take all your rubbish out when you leave.
Find out other essential information for visiting Tasmania's parks and reserves on our Know before you go section.