“Located in southeastern Tasmania, Tasman National Park protects spectacular coastal areas on the eastern and southern coastlines on the Tasman and Forestier Peninsulas.
Highlights inlude the sheer sea cliffs reaching to 300m, blowholes, sandy beaches and sea sculptured rock formations can be viewed from easy walking distance of car parks. For the more energetic, take a longer walk to experience some of the most scenic coastal walking in Australia.
National Parks Passes are available at Copping Convict Exhibition, Fortescue Bay Campground, Port Arthur Historic Site Visitor Centre and Service Tasmania Shops statewide (Service Tasmania is open Mon-Fri 9-5). ” (c) Parks & Wildlife Service, Tasmania.
Devils Kitchen Car Park to Waterfall Bay
1.5 to 2 hours return
Fortescue Bay to Canoe Bay
2 hours return
Fortescue Bay to Cape Hauy
4-5 hours return
Waterfall Bay to Fortescue Bay
6-8 hours one way
5 hours return
Link to the Tasman National Park Fact Sheet.
Link to the Discover Tasmania Tasman National Park Guide
Parks and Wildlife
Phone: 03 62 148100