Friendly Beaches, Coles Bay

4.7
#1 of 9 in Beaches in Glamorgan-Spring Bay
At Friendly Beaches, stroll down the stretch of white soft sand soaking in the views of granite rock formations and turquoise water. This pristine beach can be accessed via a boardwalk that borders a coastal nature reserve, which is home to the Tasmanian devil, a threatened species and one of the island's few native mammals living in the heathlands. The beach is unpatrolled, so be careful if you decide to go surfing or fishing. Plan my trip to Coles Bay with suggested itineraries provided by Inspirock.
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  • Fantastic camping spots with privacy and plenty of space. Beautiful walks along the beach and not far from the national park attractions. We stayed 2 nights and moved onto the national park camping fo...  more »
  • We decided to take a trip out for a midday walk. It is a dirt access track to the lookout - roughly 2kms of dirt from the main bitumen road. This spot offers a stellar view but the walking trail (whic...  more »

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