Tasman National Park

Located on Tasmania‘s eastern coast, Tasman National Park boasts some of the most majestic sea cliffs in the nation along with interesting rock formations. The area is popular for rock climbing and hiking, with several renowned tracks including Tasmania’s newest, the four-day-long Three Capes Track. Some highlights include the Tasman Arch, the Blowhole, Fortescue Bay, and Fossil Bay Lookout. The park also hosts a variety of land and marine animals and several rare plant species.

All photos by Cara, University of Queensland (home university: State University of New York at Geneseo)

Location: The park is bordered by the towns of Eaglehawk Neck TAS 7179 at the north end and Cape Pillar TAS 7182 to the south.

Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily

Cost: $12 for a 24-hour park pass

Phone: +61 3 6250 3980

Website: parks.tas.gov.au

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