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Tasman National Park

The Tasman National Park hugs the coast of the Tasman Peninsula in south eastern Tasmania. It was proclaimed under the Regional Forest Agreement in April 1999. The park covers 9,400 ha and it incorporates several off-shore islands, including Fossil Island, Hippolyte Rocks and Tasman Island. A few of the main attractions to visit by car are such remarkable rock formations as Tasman Arch, the Blowhole, Devils Kitchen, Tessellated Pavement, Remarkable Cave and Waterfall Bay. However the best views are from the park's many bushwalks. Popular short walks include Waterfall Bay (60 to 90 minutes), Bivouac Bay (three hours), Cape Hauy (four hours) and Cape Raoul (five hours). Rock climbing, scuba diving and surfing are some of the activities available for the more adventurous traveler. The Tasman National Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife such as possums, wallabies or even an elusive Tasmanian devil. Whales, dolphins, penguins and seals can often be seen from the shore or during wildlife cruises that are on offer. The park contains BBQ facilities, picnic areas and a variety of viewing platforms.