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Tessellated Pavement

Doporučuje 14 místních

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Yvonne
Yvonne
February 23, 2020
Natural rock formation. See this along with the Blowhole, Devils Kitchen & Tasman Arch
Lisa
Lisa
December 30, 2019
Amazing geological feature.
Nick
Nick
September 9, 2019
The Tessellated Pavement is an interesting rock platform formed from erosion that has taken place over millions of years. This erosion has divided the surface of the platform into a series of roughly similar rectangular plates carved into the rock. It is well worth a visit as this type of formation…
Sarah
Sarah
December 11, 2018
Fascinating tessellations in the rock shelf; lovely rock pools, secluded, calm beach a little walk north.
Peter
Peter
November 20, 2018
Magical tiled rock pieces cut into the foreshore. Best at a low tide but a medium tide is also fine. Great for exploring. Keep your eyes open for sea anemones and sea squirts. Take care if the swell is up and churning but usually a safe place to wander around

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Lokalita
380 Pirates Bay Dr
Eaglehawk Neck, TAS 7179