This walking trail passes through one of the most accessible stunningly picturesque stretches of coastline in Australia. It follows the clifftop from Waterfall Bay through to Fortescue Beach, out to Cape Hauy and on to Cape Pillar. Along the way are such notable natural features as Tasman’s Arch, The Blowhole, Tasman Island, The Lanterns and The Totem Pole. The track lies with the Tasman National Park.
Walkers will need to be prepared by taking water, food, tent and wet weather gear. Walkers should allow 3-5 days to complete the trip one way – although the trip can be cut short if time frames are insufficient or the weather is not agreeable to walking. Most people start the walk on the northern section of the Tasman Coastal Trail at Waterfall Bay near Eaglehawk Neck.