The Tasman Peninsula is located in the southeast of Tasmania. The coastline is extremely tortuous. Over the centuries, under the slap of the waves, the boulder on the coast has formed a variety of wonders such as cliffs, caves, and water jets. The devil's kitchen is among them. one place. The
checkerboard is another amazing landscape that has undergone a long and complicated process of crustal squeezing and seawater erosion, and naturally presents a hugely regular chessboard. It was already evening in our arrival, and it seemed more magical in the sunset. The
Tasman Peninsula also boasts beautiful white sand beaches, Pirate Bay. If you are lucky, you can see the unique penguins of Tasmania.
When the "Lion" was released, it also participated in the Shanghai Film Festival. As a location, the natural control of the "Lion" location Tasmania. Many of the scenes in the movie "The Lion" are taken from the Tasma Peninsula. There, we can visit the ancient monuments, enjoy the spectacular coastline and the highest sea cliffs in Australia, watch the natural stone caves and stone pillars washed by the sea, and explore the rare caves of deep sea caves, as well as numerous marine life such as sea lions, dolphins, whales and Birds, etc. If it's a weekend, don't miss the Salamanca Market every Saturday. This best outdoor market in the Southern Hemisphere is full of exquisite specialty foods and handicrafts. The Sunday's unique Farm Gate Market is also a great place to sample fresh local ingredients and hot snacks to enjoy the local hustle and bustle.
The Tasman Peninsula is southeast of hobart, and the island's coastline, beaches and jungle trails bring great natural beauty, including the famous port Arthur. The Tasman Peninsula has beautiful natural landscapes, among which the tasman arch, water jet hole, devil's kitchen and other scenic spots are all vivid, making people marvel at the uncanny workmanship of nature.