Tasman Peninsula, in the south east of Tasmania, has a number of scenic highlights protected within Tasman National Park. The cliffs of Cape Pillar, Cape Raoul, and Cape Hauy are truly spectacular. The dolerite cliffs are three hundred metres directly above the ocean, making these the tallest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere. You can visit these sites by trail, or by boat. Join camera-wielding Michael Fuller as he zooms to the base of the Tasman cliffs via speedboat from Hobart.
Learn more at the Parks and Wildlife Service web page for Tasman National Park