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Nicholas Baudin named the peninsula after French explorer Louis de Freycinet. Baudin also named Cape Baudin, Cape Faure, Cape Forestier and Thouin Bay, although that Bay is now known as Wineglass Bay.
- TASMAP - Freycinet National Park. DPIW.
- Blakers, Rob (2004) Freycinet: Freycinet National Park, Tasmania (text Jamie Kirkpatrick) Cascades, Tas. : Wilderness Photo,ISBN 0-9579744-1-8 (Library catalogue comment (http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov.au/item/?q=Freycinet+Peninsula&i=2&id=743709): Freycinet National park was one of the first national parks in Tasmania and the world.))
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