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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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a must see on the edge of The Tarkine


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Tunnel Bay

The Tasman Peninsula

Tunnel Bay is just one of the numerous walks on the Tasman Peninsula.  Nine kilometres past Port Arthur heading towards Nubeena is a left turn on Stormlea Road.  Follow the "Cape Raoul Walking Track" signs.  About 9 kilometres along the road the road narrows to a single track.  There is parking at this point.  The walking track starts about 200 metres further up the road at a gate.  There are steps across the fence.  After about half an hour walking, the track  divides.  Cape Raoul track heads left and Tunnel Bay and Shipstern Bluff track heads right.  It is about an hour to an hour and a half to the bay with a steep descent from high on top of the cliffs to be negotiated.  Tough on the way back.

 

Tunnel Bay

 

The cave or tunnel

The descent towards Tunnel Bay

The coastal view from Shipstern Bluff