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We almost didn't drop in here before heading out to do sightseeing & walks. I would suggest that it be the first place to visit in the Freycinet - it did take us a while to find it as it wasn't clearly signposted from the...More
We stopped by this visitor center to get some information and use the toilets. Ample parking outside. You can also get your visitor pass here. Also available are brochures, maps and pamphlets. Staff are quite helpful.
On arrival in the National Park, you need to obtain a vehicle pass from the Visitor Centre. This is a painless experience and the staff are very helpful in providing some basic information about what you might want to do. There is a good range...More
Friendly staff were helpful in building our understanding of the opportunities available on the peninsula. Despite the foul weather , the staff were sunny. The centre provided lots of information about activities and the history of the area. Affordable clothes and accessories for hiking are...More
I came here for information and barely got a thing. The man who i talked to seemed least interested in giving me ideas of things to see and do and I left feeling that I was so glad I did all my planning before coming...More
If you are going into the Freycinet National Park then you cannot go past the Visitor Center (literally - you need to stop and get your pass). The staff will be able to help you with the best walks to suit your fitness. Although you...More
This visitors information centre is your first stop when visiting the park. You will need a parks pass and it can be purchased at the centre. The staff at this centre are knowledgable about the park and very helpful. A suggestion is to listen to...More