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Wineglass bay is present at the east of the Tasmania coast and it's one of the most adored tourist places, the Freycinet national park also attracts a lot of tourist visitors.
The name Coles bay has a very good history and the origins of its name is one interesting tale to tell. The early settlers used to burn the shells and make lime out of them.
There are many things that can be done on this northern end of the Tasmania coast. The small boats, which can be available in any nearby town of the Wineglass bay, can help you discover this coastline better. You can also walk to the wineglass bay lookout, from where you can see Coles bay, or can walk to the hazards beach as well.
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The name Wineglass bay comes from the very famous practice that is done on this coast.
The whaling industry has a great influence on the very functioning of Wineglass bay.
There are numerous ways through which you can walk to Wineglass Bay.
Here are some of the interesting facts about this beach.
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