Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site, Eaglehawk Neck

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  • 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,...  more »
  • We didn't obtain the best view as the sea was very calm but still worth a look and was easy to access.  more »
  • Interesting geological formations with some historical connections. Close to car parking. Easy to reach but not much interpretive signage.  more »
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  • Beautifull to visit !!! And if you like diving or want to try go to Eaglehawk Dive center, they are amazing!
  • The thin strip of land that connects the Tasman Peninsula to the Forestier Peninsula. It's about 400 metres long and less than 30 metres wide at one point. There are shipwreck sites here plus striking rock formations like the Tessellated Pavement, and nearby Tasman's Arch, Blowhole and Devil's Kitchen.
  • Great stop over if your driving past or in the area.
  • Interesting how heavily guarded this once was in convict days. So close to being an island.