Beautiful white sparkling sand stretches for 2.5 kilometres along White Beach and is bordered by crystal clear turquoise waters of Wedge Bay. This wonderful, family-friendly beach has only small waves and minimal currents and is usually the warmest for swimming around. A great spot for canoeing, kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding, or grab your snorkel and discover the hidden treasures that surround brother and sister islands.
Located within the Tasman National Park and just down the road from Port Arthur Historic site, this absolutely stunning secluded beach is great for romantic walks, and feeling like you’re ‘getting away from it all’. Take off your shoes and wiggle your toes in Safety Cove’s squeaky white sand or enjoy a picnic under a wonderful hanging gum tree while you marvel at Tasman Island and the western coast of Cape Pillar.
A four-hour, 7.5 km return, this relatively easy walk goes through the Tasman National Park and takes you to one of the most loved beaches on the Peninsula. Located close to Safety Cove and Remarkable Cave, this walk includes the marvellous Maingon Blowhole, a beautiful rocky shoreline, and massive sand dunes at Crescent Bay. It’s worth spending a whole day so pack a lunch and get ready to drink in some of the cleanest air in the world.