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Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site

Arthur Highway, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania 7180, Australia
+61 3 6250 3497
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Arthur Highway, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania 7180, Australia
+61 3 6250 3497
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Blow Hole and Tasmanian Arch were on the way to Port Arthur and we did the tourist stop to have a look and stretch our legs. It's remarkable how the sea has carved it way into the rocks to form these attractions. I'm glad...More

Thank Harry J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Neck is a very narrow piece of land connecting the Tasman Peninsular with the mainland. The bronze castings of the convict dog line is a great reminder that not everyone enjoyed their time here

Thank Tina M
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

At and around the Eaglehawk Neck just scenic views. Left hand side the amazing beach and right hand side the inlay. In from and in the back mountains. In addition to that we saw a larger number of dolphins

Thank ThRued
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Just a short detour en route to Port Athur, this coffee outlet is located on a spectacular view point overlooking Eaglehawk Neck. They have their own coffee blends and tell all about their production, flavours and aromas with passion. Prices are very reasonable. Adding to...More

Thank Glenn L
Reviewed 5 April 2017

We didn't obtain the best view as the sea was very calm but still worth a look and was easy to access.

Thank Hammo_12
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Interesting geological formations with some historical connections. Close to car parking. Easy to reach but not much interpretive signage.

Thank Bjerkana
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Some of the best scenery you'll ever come across. It's easy to access by car and only short walks when you park up. Who said you need to go overseas for great views. It's all in Tassie.

Thank diandray50
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Tasmania fields beauty beyond imagination. What's more difficult is imagining the cruelty inflicted by the penal authorities in this wild part of the country. This narrow strip of land connecting the Tasman peninsula with the Forestier peninsula had a line of tethered starved dogs on...More

Thank Eli B
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

A little museum in Eaglehawk Neck is very informative and compliments the information given at other places on the peninsula. The dog line is worth having a look at too. A short drive to get out to the arch/blowhole/tesselated pavement.

Thank Eleanor108
Reviewed 11 February 2017

Stop 1 was the blow hole, then the Devil's Kitchen, Tasman Arch & the Tessellated pavements. Take the time to go visit all four which are all close to each other. Well worth the look and take the camera!

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