The sheer, red and pink granite mountain range known as the Hazards watches over the tiny township of Coles Bay and its pristine waterways.
The area is called home by a permanent population of only 200. The locals are so protective of the surrounding landscape that Coles Bay became the first town in the world to ban the use of plastic bags. When visiting the area its clear to see why.
It’s an ideal place to explore the neighbouring Freycinect National Park and coastal scenery such as the Wineglass Bay, often noted as one of the best bests in the world. Keep a look out for re-necked wallabies, native orchids and white-breasted sea eagles.