Fast Facts


  • Public toilets can be found adjacent to the jetty car-park at the Blowhole and at the ‘Whale-watchers’ Lookout’ (formerly surfers’ car-park, just beyond the Blowhole Rd turn-off from the Arthur Highway).


  • Free WiFi is available to guests of The Lufra Hotel, 380 Pirates Bay Drive, Eaglehawk Neck. (opp Tessellated Pavement).



  • Telstra mobile phone reception is consistent in and around Eaglehawk Neck. 


  • Award winning Cubed Espresso is a world first, brewing locally roasted coffee and serving home baked treats at the Pirates Bay Lookout.
  • The Lufra Hotel – this iconic spot is currently closed for refurbishment and is looking to reopen as later this year – Stay tuned!
  • Locally cherished ‘Doolishus’ food van serves some of the best fish local seafood and more at The Blowhole. Stop in for one of their home-made ice-creams!

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