Egg Beach

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  • Day14

    Eaglehawk Neck Lookout

    November 23, 2016 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 10 °C

    Die Anfahrt zum Eaglehawk Neck Lookout war recht lang und spannend denn es ging 8 km über Stock und Stein. Unser Magna musste hier all seine Offroad-Tauglichkeit zeigen. Aber kurz vor dem Ziel war dann Schluss da hätte selbst ein Allrad ohne Differentialsperren keine Chance. Also erst mal mitten im Niemandsland schlafen und morgens die letzten Meter dann zu Fuß zum Aussichtspunkt.Read more

  • Day55

    Eaglehawk neck

    March 28, 2019 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    After our time at the coal mine we moved on to Eaglehawk Neck which is a small isthmus that connects the Tasman peninsula with the Forestier peninsula, there is a small township there and a Tessellated Pavement, just up the road is another small town called Doo Town which is a holiday town where a lot of residents have used the name as a pun to name there houses like Do Drop in, Doo Ron Ron, Doo-all, and Do you like it, to name just a few. Just past here is the Blowhole (which wasn’t blowing as it was a calm day) the Arch and the Devils kitchen rock formations which are impressive to say the least.
    Above Eaglehawk is an area called the Pirate bay lookout which gives a great overall view of the area.
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  • Day18

    Cuddling kangaroos & rugged coastline

    May 5, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Windy, but beautiful.. That's Tasmania for you!
    Took a walk along the tessalated pavement at Eaglehawk neck. Back in the day this only 30m wide strip of land served as a natural barricade to prevent convicts from escaping the prison settlements.. Now it's just a popular tourist attraction :)
    Not far away from here the rough waters of the South Pacific show their impact on the land's coastline: several blow holes called 'Devil's kitchen' or the 'Tasman Arch' are breathtaking to watch!
    Finished the day with some cuddly kangaroo session and learned quite a bit about the infamous Tasmanian Devil (the name is well-deserved)!
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