Went here as an afterthought when we had a bit of time to spare. A must do if you're in the area. Easy access if you don't mind a few stairs with rewarding scenery.
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It is only a short walk and a few steps down to view the cave. You cannot access the cave but there is a viewing platform. The views from the top are spectacular, if you have the time then it is worth the drive.
I am into geocaching which is what brought me here. I was fascinated to find 2 sea caves have broken though into the inland. Very interesting geological feature
Whilst you can't get down into the cave itself, the gravelled paths around the top provide good viewing of the cave and through to the ocean outside. Like all the coastline on the Peninsular it's awesome to ponder the power of Nature in creating it
It's a short drive from Port Arthur to the carpark above the cave. There is a well maintained wooden platform and steps down to the water's edge. At the base you can see and hear the rollers surging through the cave which many vault over...More