Tasman Peninsula
Map Ref L8

DISTANCES: Hobart 88

Named after Abel Tasman, who landed at Dunalley in 1642, the Tasman Peninsula has a loop road that links rainforests, blowholes, excellent surf beaches, and spectacular scenery of ocean cliffs, bays and steep farming land.

Several historic sites and world class attractions are located on the peninsula, including infamous Port Arthur.

The towns and villages on the peninsula have golf, fishing, swimming pools, horse riding and a range of accommodation styles.

Petrol & Oil Restaurant, Licensed Restaurant or Hotel counter meals Refreshments Accommodation Camping Area Caravan Park Liquor Supplies Youth Hostel Public Toilets Visitor Information
Petrol & Oil
Restaurant, Licensed Restaurant or Hotel counter meals
Refreshments tea rooms, cafe or take away foods,
milk bar etc.
Accommodation hotel, motel, guest house, holiday unit etc.
Camping Area often combined with a caravan park
Caravan Park on site vans or cabins may also be available
Liquor hotel or bottleshop etc.
Supplies does NOT represent full supermarket facilities but indicates that basic food items at least are available
Youth Hostel
Public Toilets
Visitor Information available
Staffed Tasmanian Visitor Information Centre