Eaglehawk Neck’s marvellous  sea cliffs can be experienced from above or below.

The beaches are lined with rugged cliffs and from atop these can be seen some of the region’s most majestic views.

Well worn tracks lead to the best viewing spots on Clydes Island, Tessellated Pavement, The Blowhole, Tasman’s Arch, Devil’s Kitchen and Waterfall Bay. 


The temperate waters below are a haven for divers seeking excellent visibility, caves, giant kelp forests, and even shipwrecks. 

With an abundance of dolerite in the cliffs, there’s endless opportunities to climb. Some of the best views of the Tasman’s most iconic climb, the Candlestick, can be taken in from Eaglehawk neck.


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