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This rock feature is easy to access and it’s on the way to Port Arthur. After visiting Tasman Arch this is just 5 minutes walk away. There is convenient parking nearby. The unique rock formation features certain elongated holes in the rock face as well...More
Short walk from easy free parking.
Great geology. Steep walls make for stunning photographs.
Tasman arch is also close by so it is very worthwhile.
Take the time to get great pictures and enjoy natures scenery.
The Devil’s Kitchen is one of the notable geological features on the Tasman Peninsula. Easily accessible by car, the landmark Is only a short walk from the car park. Picturesque on a sunny day, with rough surf to give a dramatic impact. A short visit...More
When I saw the Devils Kitchen the first time, I wondered why it was called a kitchen. While observing the seawater coming inside and retrieve immediately, I realized that the ocean water was the reason why it was called the Devils kitchen. It cleans everything...More
Quite high and steep to the dloor below, but if you are not bad eith heights it is quite interesting and so easy to get to right from the car park. There is a short walk that links up to the Tasman Arch as well
Devils kitchen is one of three natural sites to see on the way to Port Arthur, its only a 10 minute detour of the main road and 30 minutes or so to view the three locations. Make time to view whilst on the way to...More