The WalkI did what is called the "anti-clockwise circuit of the peninsula". You leave from the Wineglass Bay carpark, and climb to the saddle before heading down to Wineglass Bay. From there, the Isthmus Track heads west through pleasant forest to Hazards Beach on the other side of the peninsula. This track passes close to the northern end of Hazards Lagoon. This is often dry, but at the moment is full of water and life.
|Hazards Lagoon, Freycinet Peninsula - 26th November 2012|
|Looking north along Hazards Beach, Freycinet Peninsula - 26th November 2012|
|The Hazards seen from Cooks Beach - 27th November 2012|
|Looking south to Schouten Island from Bryans Beach - 27th November 2012|
|The Hazards from Cooks Beach at sunset - 27th November 2012|
|Pacific Gull, Larus pacificus, Freycinet Peninsula - 27th November 2012.|
|Forest in morning sunlight, southern flanks of Mount Freycinet - 28th November 2012|
|White Flag Iris, Diplarrena moraea, Freycinet Peninsula - 28th November 2012|
|The Hazards and Wineglass Bay from Mount Graham - 28th November 2012|
|Mount Amos and Mount Dove from Wineglass Bay - 28th November 2012|
|Mount Graham and Mount Freycinet from Wineglass Bay - 28th November 2012|
The final leg is along Wineglass Bay beach, with the stunning views of the southern side of The Hazards falling steeply into the water, then back up and over the saddle to the carpark.
Overall, this walk requires moderate fitness (to carry your pack over the mountains) but does not require all the warm and waterproof gear you might need for other Tasmanian walks. It can be done in two days, with one night spent at Cooks Beach, although I took three days with a leisurely day of wandering about taking photographs in between. The scenery is great, there's plenty of wildlife, and there's plenty of camping space. I recommend asking the rangers about the availability of water before undertaking this walk. They may even be able to tell you that certain creeks are flowing, saving the lugging of water up part of the hill, although they understandably avoid guessing.