Wineglass Bay in Tasmania is one of Australia’s most photographed beaches, and the best views are from the summit of Mt Amos (454m). We did this walk on our first trip to Tasmania in 2008, so I don’t remember it very well. Nevertheless, after reviewing my old photos I realise it’s an excellent walk with large rocky sections, great views, and steep enough to be a bit adventurous.
You’ll find better shots online than those I took at the summit, particularly panoramas and wide angled shots taking in the full view south over Wineglass Bay (I just had a point and shoot). I think we did a circuit past Wineglass Bay in the morning, as my shots from Mt Amos were taken in the afternoon. It’s a short and well marked but steep route from roughly sea level to the summit. And you can find track notes with more photos on Hiking the World and TasTrails, amongst other websites.
Mt Amos & Wineglass Bay: The Scenery