Natural Feature

Fortescue Bay

Doporučuje 6 místních

Tipy místních

Rachel & Jet
June 10, 2021
If Tasman National Park has a central location, then Fortescue Bay is it. The scenery around the bay is gorgeous and the beach is a perfect place for a swim or to play on the sand. There are tracks headed in both directions along the shore, including the track to Cape Hauy.
Martina
November 30, 2019
Cape Hauy ... 3-4 hour walk ... part of the Three Capes Walk
Victoria Joy
August 17, 2019
This by far our favourite destination into Tasmanian pristine landscape. Fortesque Bay is a sheltered bay, featuring a beautiful white sandy beach that is set against forested hills and situated approx 20mins from the iconic Port Arthur Historic Site. Fortescue Bay is one of the main access points for Tasman National Park, encompassing the territory around Cape Raoul, Cape Hauy, Cape Pillar (home to the Three Capes Track), plus Tasman Island and up the rugged coast north to Eaglehawk Neck. Here you'll find the tallest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere (300m!), while offshore, dolphins, seals, penguins and whales are regular passers-by. Our particular favourite walk is 20mins to a shipwreck, perfect snorkelling in the warmer months. Access is via a 12km bumpy gravel road which can be very rough at times (so check if your rental car is appropriate, SUV is optimum)
This by far our favourite destination into Tasmanian pristine landscape. Fortesque Bay is a sheltered bay, featuring a beautiful white sandy beach that is set against forested hills and situated approx 20mins from the iconic Port Arthur Historic Site. Fortescue Bay is one of the main access points f…
Janice
January 19, 2018
Hiking, beach, wildlife
Robert
May 2, 2017
Magnificent views and great walk to Cape Huay

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