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Remarkable Cave, Port Arthur
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TripAdvisor
  • Unexpected stop as we were early for ghost tour. Amazing cave watching the waves come through. All those Night Garden fans will love it as there were loads of little piles of stones just like Macca pa...  more »
  • Was happy with the scenery of the surrounding area getting to this cave, but it really is just another cave with water coming through it, lots of stairs to get to viewing platform 
  • Wow!! We stumbled on this little gem! The most breathtaking views. We were lucky enough to be there on low tide with the tide just starting to come back in. Being inside the cave let us experience it ...  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