Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, to visit the Tasman Peninsula. Eagle Neck Gorge is a historical site, located at the northernmost tip of the Tasman Peninsula, connecting the Tasman Peninsula and the Forestier Peninsula. It is very close to attractions such as the Checkerboard Road, Devil's Kitchen, Tasman Arch, and Tasman Blowhole. The topography of the Eagle Neck Gorge is long, less than 500 meters long and only about 100 meters wide. It is convenient for patrolling and is one of the important reasons for being selected as the address of Port Arthur Prison.
Eagle Neck Gorge is Hobart's most famous attraction, facing the sea, with a magnificent view of the strait. As the name suggests, Eagle Neck Gorge is like the neck of an eagle. It is very narrow and ten minutes steep. It is worth visiting.
Eagle Neck Gorge is a seaside cliff canyon landscape in Hobart, very majestic. The rocks at the mouth of the gorge are rugged, yes, the stormy waves hit the shore, it is very spectacular. There is also the famous Tasman Arch landscape, which is also very majestic and shocking
The Eagle Neck Gorge in Hobart is a magnificent natural landscape with the famous Tasman Arch on its side. The two reflect each other, forming a magnificent coast. The rocks hit by the waves, arousing the waves of the thousand layers, really make people sigh. It is also a paradise for extreme sports lovers of high platform diving and rock climbing, which is very thrilling.
The Tasman Peninsula on the southeastern coast of Hobart, with many harbours and twists, has many cliffs, sea pillars and caves eroded by wind and waves...