The Church, Port Arthur Historic Site,
Port Arthur, TAS
'There's nothing like being alone amid such stunning rugged coastline in Tasmania.'
Even on his 15th visit, Singaporean university researcher Andy was still wowed by Australia's beauty and diversity. While most of his previous visits had been for work, this time Andy explored Tasmania with four of his family members. The sea-sculpted coastline of Tasman National Park was the last stop along an “amazing” 12-day road trip that also included Bruny Island and Port Arthur.
“The photo which I took was at a completely random and unplanned spot. My brother-in-law and I decided to stop the car and walk down to Maligon Canyon Lookout. We walked right up to the cliff's edge and it was magnificent feeling the salty sea breeze on our faces. We lingered there for a while, just enjoying the view. Of course I took tons of pictures,” Andy said.
Hugging the rugged Tasman Peninsula, around an hour south-east of Hobart, Tasman National Park is known for its towering sea-cliffs and monumental rock formations. Andy and his family stopped to see the “spectacular” Blowhole, Tasman Arch and Devil's Kitchen before reluctantly driving back to Hobart.