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Top Choice Cafe in Eaglehawk Neck

Cubed

This restored 1957 caravan parks at the Pirates Bay Lookout and doles out fastidiously prepared coffee and snacks to passers-by. It's a low-impact, sustainable operation – solar powered, and using milk, coffee and i…
Top Choice Fast Food in Eaglehawk Neck

Doo-Lishus Food Caravan

At the Blowhole car park in Doo Town, this unexpected caravan serves up fresh berry smoothies, beaut fish and chips and the best curried-scallop pies in Tasmania (we should know – we conducted an extensive survey). …
Landmark in Eaglehawk Neck

Blowhole, Tasman Arch & Devil’s Kitchen

For a close-up look at the spectacular coastline just south of Eaglehawk Neck, follow the signs to the Blowhole, Tasman Arch (a cavern-like natural bridge) and Devil’s Kitchen (a rugged 60m-deep cleft). Watch out fo…
Village in Eaglehawk Neck

Doo Town

No one is really sure how it all started, but the raggedy collection of fishing shacks at Doo Town (3km south of Eaglehawk Neck on the way to the Blowhole) all contain the word ‘Doo’ in their names. There’s the sexy…
Viewpoint in Eaglehawk Neck

Pirates Bay Lookout

As you approach Eaglehawk Neck from the north, turn east onto Pirates Bay Dr for eye-popping views across Pirates Bay, the Neck and the jagged coastline to the south. Is the Cubed coffee van in attendance?
Historic Site in Eaglehawk Neck

Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site

Down on the Eaglehawk Neck isthmus – where once the barking Dogline dissuaded convicts escaping from Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula to the south – the only remaining structure from the convict days is the Offi…
Landmark in Eaglehawk Neck

Tessellated Pavement

At the northern end of Pirates Bay, a short trail leads to a rocky coastal terrace that has curiously eroded into what looks like tiled paving (bring your camera). At low tide you can walk along the foreshore to Cly…