The spectacular rocky coast around Pirates Bay features Australia’s highest marine cliffs as well as caves, chasms, a blowhole and the famous tessellated pavement. Divers can explore the underwater rock formations and scattered shipwrecks.
If you are feeling a bit adventurous and want to wander around the rocks try:
- Pirates Bay, TAS – the Tasman Arch, a huge hole called the Devils Kitchen and the famous Tessellated Pavement
- Kiama, NSW – blowhole
- Quobba, WA – blowhole
- Albany, WA – the Natural Bridge
Keep an eye on the tides if you’re exploring rocks at the end of a headland and always watch your footing, especially at steep drop offs.
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