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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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The Tasman Peninsula

TASMAN ARCH & THE BLOWHOLE

At the southern end of Pirates Bays are some very interesting coastal features. A name like Devils Kitchen can only conjure up interest. Tasman Arch is a short stroll away. At Tasman Arch there is also a path that leads to a dramatic view of the coast to the south. The Blowhole is a short drive away. The road to both passes through the shack hamlet of Doo Town.

 

 

 
 

Popular seafood and berry van at the Blowhole

The 'ghost' of Eaglehawk Neck

 

 

Devils Kitchen

 

From Tasman Arch and Devil's Kitchen a cliff top walking track heads south to Waterfall Bay passing Paterson's Arch along the way.  There is also a road to Waterfall Bay but can be very rough.  A walking track continues on around the bay to the top off the falls and beyond to Fortescue Bay some 6 hours away.  A spectacular walk. This is also the start of the fantastic costal walks which follow the coast to Shipstern Bluff and Tunnel Bay. Most are accessible by road allowing for day walks to the ares.