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Waterfall Bay Bushwalk Tasman Peninsula

waterfall bay tasmania Tasman Peninsula, South East Coast Tasmania Australia

The stunning coastline of this region includes some of the highest sea cliffs in Australia. Waterfall Bay offers a spectacular view across the cliff lined bay to a waterfall which, after rain, plummets straight into the sea.

Bushwalk Details

grading
Hazardous cliffs, caution recommended
duration of walk
1-1.5 hours return
registration
Registration not required
disabled access
Not Suitable
accommodation
Accommodation Nubeena, Port Arthur
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Food water, camera
fees
maps
Not necessary
do not bring
Pets, firearms
transport
Transport available to Tasman Peninsula
toilets
2 kilometres away at Blowhole
food available
At Port Arthur, Nubeena
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Waterfall Bay bushwalk is close to the location of Eaglehawk Neck, a small town that sits on the very narrow isthmus that separates Tasman and Forestier peninsulas. In convict times it was blockaded by police, soldiers and a line of chained savage dogs to prevent escape from the Port Arthur penal settlement. It is now known as a fishing spot, with a tuna-fishing fleet operating from Pirates Bay.

Waterfall Bay Bushwalk

Camping is available nearby at Lime Bay.

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