Maria Island > Tasman Peninsula
After a short ferry ride back to Triabunna, set off towards Eaglehawk Neck, the gateway to many attractions of the Tasman Peninsula. A rattling gravel road inside the
Tasman National Park leads to Fortescue Bay, a unique concave beach bookended by forested headlands.
Set up camp here while you frolic in the bay’s translucent waters, dive among giant kelp forests or hike out to the breathtaking sea cliffs at Cape Hauy. Wildlife parks (including the popular Tasmanian Devil Unzoo, the first of its kind in the world), berry farms, blowholes and Port Arthur, are all close by (see our Culinary and Cultural Capital route for details).
Tasman National Park