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Whineglass Bay in the Freycinet National Park, Tasmania
Tasmania

We made a nice hike to Mount Graham in the Freycinet National Park. From this lookout here we had a wonderful view over the Wineglass Bay. You can see Mount Graham in the background behind the Wineglass Bay beach.

See Freycinet National Park

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