Waterfall Bay Walk Trail Hiking Australia
  • Length: 4.5km

  • Duration: 2hrs

  • Grade: 2

  • Style: Return

  • Start: Tasman Arch Carpark

  • End: Tasman Arch Carpark

  • Closest Town: Eaglehawk Neck

  • Location: Tasman National Park

  • Distance from state capital: 80km

  • State: TAS

  • Latitude: -43.042038

  • Longitude: 147.95036

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Waterfall Bay Walk is a 4.5km, grade 2 Return hike located in Tasman National Park Tasmania. The hike should take approximately 2hrs to complete.

Summary

Vantage points that show cliffs plummeting into the sea and swirling ocean waters make this an exciting coastal walk within the Tasman National Park.

Highlights

The stunning coastline of this region includes some of the highest sea cliffs in Australia. Waterfall Bay offers a spectacular view across the cliff-lined bay to a waterfall which, after rain, plummets straight into the sea.

Region

Hobart and Surrounds

Getting there

From Eaglehawk Neck, on the Tasman Peninsula, take road C338 to its end at the Devils Kitchen.

Tips

Toilets are located 2km away at the Blowhole. Supervise children, stay within barriers, hazardous cliffs. No pets, firearms or bicycles.

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For more information about this hiking trail please visit Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania