Welcome to Dunalley
The thickly timbered Forestier Peninsula – the precursor peninsula you’ll cross en route to the Tasman Peninsula – is connected to mainland Tasmanian soil by the isthmus town of Dunalley. Much of the area was ravaged by bushfires in 2013, but is greening up again nicely. At Dunalley itself, the Denison Canal (1905) bisects the isthmus, providing a short cut for small boats. There's not a whole lot to do here, nor anywhere outstanding to stay, but there are a couple of good foodie haunts if you're hungry.