Come and experience the Tasman Peninsula
This place of great beauty and biodiversity is the traditional territory of the Pydairrerme people, who lived and hunted here for thousands of years before Europeans arrived. Hike their coastal heathland, open moorland, native grassland, eucalypt forest and cool-temperate rainforest on a new pathway through an ancient landscape. Keep an eye out for spotted-tailed quolls, Tasmanian devils, wombats and eagles. The sea cliffs you’ll be exposed to on the trail are dolerite columns from an almighty geological intrusion way back in the Jurassic period. From up high, scan the sea and rocky coastline for seals, dolphins, turtles and passing pilot, humpback and southern right whales, between May and November.