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We drove down to Cloudy Bay and enjoyed a short walk along the coast before heading back to the ferry. It is so beautiful and peaceful.
There is now a 1 way glass window in the toilet here which is fun!
We spent Christmas day 2015 and 2016 on a secluded beach in this magnificent park. We parked in the camping area (which really looks lovely and the people seemed quiet and respectful of others' need for peace and tranquillity), put on our day packs full...More
The national park was a lovely long weekend away for us. We headed down to Cloudy Bay and drove the 3kms along the beach to Cloudy Camp and enjoyed a great 3 days here. The East Cloudy Head walk is just next to the camp...More
We did the full hike around/through South Bruny National Park in November on a pleasant day. There were so many beautiful areas it was hard to pick the favourites but over our approximately 5 hour hike we thoroughly enjoyed most of it. Some parts were...More
Like all National Park locations, this walk is well signed and cared for. However, a short stretch between two sandy beaches half way round was badly overgown with bracken. Generally, there are no steep gradients. A clockwise route is recommended. The first half can be...More
This walk is along a spectacular coastline with dolerite columns. However the track is badly maintained by Tasmanian National Parks with few signposts, large fallen trees over the steep path requiring many detours all the while within a metre of the cliff edge. It felt...More
We stopped here as part of a tour and saw the Tasman Arch, the Hells Kitchen, and the beaches at Adventure Bay. The waves were impressive and provided beautiful photos. This area is a treasure and needs to be preserved. Great place to visit.