Aus Tasmania Tasman Arch is an unusual geological formation found in the Tasman National Park

Hosting cliffs and rock formations along a wide stretching coastal region, Tasman National Park, located south of Hobart, offers ample opportunities for hiking and rock climbing as well as exploring the coast by boat.

Tasman National Park has a number of impressive rock formations to visit including the Tasman Arch, the Blow Hole, where the sea is churned up and sprayed around the naturally formed cave, and the Devil’s Kitchen, a deep trench in the coastline.

Little penguins, and fur seals breed along the coast as well as the park being home to endangered species of birds such as swift parrots, sea and wedge-tailed eagles as well as a thriving population of Tasmanian devils.

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