Tasman Arch, Devil's Kitchen and Waterfall Bay
Starting from the Tasman Arch car park at the end of Tasman Arch Road, Eaglehawk Neck, this walk takes you past Tasman Arch and Devil's Kitchen to Waterfall Bay. This scenic walk along the rugged Tasman Peninsula coastline passes several unique geological formations, ending at a beautiful bay with a waterfall. The track is wide, flat and well-signposted, with fenced cliffs and lookouts, making it suitable for wheelchairs and prams. Beside the car park is a lookout for Tasman Arch, a tall natural bridge formed by a collapsed sea cave. From here, the track crosses over the top of Tasman Arch to a lookout over Devil's Kitchen, a deep chasm carved out by the sea. The track continues through dry eucalypt forest to a lookout for Patterson's Arch, another collapsed sea cave, before emerging at a lookout across the cliff-lined Waterfall Bay. On the opposite cliff face is a waterfall that drops into the sea, best seen after heavy rains. After enjoying the views, walkers can return to the car park or continue from here to Waterfall Bluff. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.