“Some of the steepest sea cliffs in Australia can be found along this stretch of coast in Tasman Peninsula National Park.”
This exhilarating 3 hour walk will have you walking along these wild clifftops before leading you to the Peninsula’s star attraction, Waterfall Bay. From Waterfall Bay you’ll be able to look out onto a waterfall, which, after rain, plummets straight into the ocean. Another highlight is the view down to the rough and wild sea crashing into the cave under the rock formation known as Paterson's Arch. If you have time and energy to spare when you’re done with the cave, climb to the top of Clemes Peak or the higher Tatnells Hill. After you’ve finished walking for the day, take a tour of the famous Port Arthur Historic Site, Australia's most well-preserved convict settlement.
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Devils Kitchen to Waterfall Bay
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