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Don't miss the best coffee & biscuits on the Tasman Penninsula at The Cube. Only a short drive off the highway before coming into Eaglehawk Neck. Only 3 choices of food. 2 biscuits & a cake. The choc chip cookies are to die for. And...More
This feature is easily accessible on the way to Port Arthur and it’s just 5 minutes from the car park. You can walk around the fenced area to view the Tasman Arch from both ends to give a better understanding of the rock feature. The...More
If you are travelling to or from Port Arthur to attend the former convict site, then this Eaglehawk Neck site is intertwined in it‘s history. Located next to the main road, and accessed from a car park this site has two main components to view....More
A very interesting & historic site, take your time to stop & have a look at the old officers quarters museum as it’s got some very interesting information & only a couple of minutes walk to the site of the former Dog Line, definitely worth...More
This visit at the Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site was completely free. All we need to do, is read the historical panels. We learned a lot like that. We entered the main house and saw with our own eyes how they lived in those days. Most...More
Really needs a high tide, which we didn't have to be impressive I am sure. Still a lovely spot to wander. Be warned the dish chips vendor only accepts cash and when a bus load comes in it makes for a long wait.