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Remarkable Cave, Port Arthur

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  • Been here a number of times and on each occasion the water has been at different levels. This makes it a more or less of an experience as the water splashes toward the viewing platform. Very calm plac...  more »
  • A bit of a hike (stairs) to get there and back but worth it if you can. We are not particularly fit, so we did have to stop a few times but very pleased we did it as the view is amazing. 
  • We visited here after having if recommended to us. We loved the short walk (7mins each way or less) to see the caves. Interesting to read about the history. Worth a look! A lot better than the blowhol...  more »
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  • Lovely experience. Must see. Not far from historic site
  • Worth a visit, have been there a dozen times and still enjoy the experience every time.
  • This place was a blast, it was a rainy day when we visited but that almost made it more exciting. Beautiful views.
  • Worth seeing but not that remarkable
  • The cave is a tunnel that passes under the rock to allow waves to pass through. Fairly remarkable, not unremarkable, but not overly remarkable. If you havent seen a sea cave before its worth having a squiz. Access is down a small path and some stairs to a viewing platform. About 15min round trip. Not suitable for wheelchairs or disabled