Eaglehawk Neck Coastal Track


The Eaglehawk Neck Coastal Track is a community led project which, when complete, will provide a safe, all weather walking track from the Tessellated Pavement car park to the Blowhole through the Coastal Reserve and Doo Town, then up to the Tasman Arch/Devil’s Kitchen precinct to connect with the  Waterfall Bay Track and Tasman Trail. 

 

 
The final route of the Track, as stages are developed, are subject to ongoing, native habituate, heritage and community inputs. 
Stage One of the Trail; Tessellated Pavement to Whale Watchers Lookout (on Blowhole Road) has now reached Development Application stage and is subject to an approved* Tasmanian Community Fund application. See (link) August 2020 Track update for latest report. here 

A full project description as of February 2018 is available to bring you up to with our progress on this key ENACT activity.

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