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What a beautiful geographical deformity this is. Truly beautiful to behold. The walk around it looking Arch to Ocean is just so peaceful, filled with natural fauna and flora. Just a special place to see, all year round.
We walked from the devils kitchen along the back track to the arch. It was amazing looking down at the water we continued to follow the track around to a car park we had driven pass to get to the devils kitchen, we were stunned...More
It does not look like much when you approach the site , but go close up to the fence and you will see something quite geologically amazing . It is quite spectacular something that has formed over millions of years . Very much worth a...More
We arrived at a particularly quiet time of the year (winter) so got a good view of the arch without fighting queues. It was magnificent to see and very beautiful. Definitely worth a look - doesn’t take a lot of time as you can drive...More
As a natural phenomenon, it’s astonishing, a five-star spectacle. Being free, it’s hard to complain, but a better vantage point would have ideal, perhaps a glass platform. The true dimension of the place really doesn’t hit home. Still, wonderful to see as is.
This along with the Devils kitchen is worth stopping at if you are heading to Port Arthur.
Where you pull up and park is immediately next to the Arch. It is quite spectacular, and mesmerising. You won't need a great deal of time here but...More