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Along the Tasmanian Peninsula, there are a number of geological formations which are easily accessible from the road. It is worth taking a short detour to see these landmarks. Each is different, and the Tasman Arch offers clear views of the sea below. It is...More
Worth a detour on the way to Port Arthur. You get the best view from the car park - though you can follow a track to the left to get to a lookout. After that continue on towards Devils Kitchen and you get a view...More
My only regret is not being able to photograph the arch from ground level. It is a beautiful natural rock arch. Car park is at the top. Blow hole was a little quiet when we visited probably because it was low tide. you can pop...More
We visited the Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen after a day at Port Arthur.
You’re able to drive right up to the landmarks which we were surprised by, and it’s only a short 5 minute walk between the two.