(5) Remarkable Cave is a little further past Port Arthur and is
yet another opportunity to see a wonderful natural panorama. This
is a favorite area for the young local surfers who will climb
down the rocky cliffs and walk through the cave to get to the
Tasmania is known world wide for the hiking. If you are interested
in camping and hiking, it may be worth your while going to the
Fortescue Bay area on the Tasman Peninsula. You will have to drive
along a dirt road through tremendous gum forests for several miles
until you reach Fortescue Bay. This is a good starting point for
hiking. As with any hiking trails in Tasmania it is best to do
some research before hand and make sure that you have the right
equipment and supplies.
If you are looking for an interesting day trip, want to hike
along isolated rugged trails or visit the historic ruins of Port
Arthur, we recommend the Tasman Peninsula.
To see more photographs of the Tasman Peninsula and Tasmania,
go to our photograph pages.