The views are absolutely stunning! It really is one of those sites that is picture perfect! The scenery is so clear and it really feels untouched! I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves nature and loves beautiful Tasmanian scenery. 10/10 would go back in a heartbeat!
Make sure to take a few minutes to stop at the Pirates Bay Lookout point. Snap a few photos, have a picnic, and enjoy the views. Then make your way down to the Bay and soak in the scenery and history!
This is a great stopping point on the way to port Arthur. It was very windy but there was a large statue and plaque describing the dogs on the dog line. It even recounted some of their names which I thought was a lovely touch. A great tribute to our past.
Stopped off here on our way to Port Arthur. It is definitely worth a stop. There are some fabulous rock and water formations to see for ex. Devil's Kitchen, Tasman Blow Hole and Tasman Arch. Beautiful photos to be taken here. And last but not least is the Officer's quarters and of course the famous Dog Line. Stop here and... 更多
What a lovely surprise it was to find this coffee van at the Pirates Bay lookout. The friendly couple running the show gave me first class service. The barista explained to me about the choice of coffee blends available and made excellent coffee. I also bought some wonderful gluten free homemade biscuits freshly cooked the day before. So scrumptious! We... 更多
On the way to Port Arthur Historic site don't miss the turnoff to Pirates Bay Lookout. There you will find one of Tasmania's best kept secrets. 'Cubed' mobile solar powered Eco espresso bar. Fabulous coffee, delicious cakes both served with love and a spectacular view.
We were on our way to Port Arthur for the day and saw the turnoff for Pirates Bay and decided to go that way. So glad we did, the view was amazing and the drive to Tessellated pavement, Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen was well worth it. If you are going to Port Arthur this detour is a must
First stop was for a look at the Tessalated Pavement, from the top as my legs weren't up to going down to sea level. The first impression was the similarity to our own Giants Causeway in Antrim Northern Ireland and the Pancake Rocks in South Island New Zealand 'tho this is different again. Well worth a look and make time... 更多
Worth a 5 minute detour if its a nice clear day, as with most lookouts they are at their best then. Certainly just a 5 min stop though for a few photos.