Coronation Pirates Link 4WD Track

coronation pirates link 4wd track

Coronation Pirates Link Four Wheel Drive Track

Coronation Pirates Link Four Wheel Drive Track

This track is considered easy and is provided as an alternative return trip after visiting Port Arthur to return through bush to Eaglehawk Neck. This road passes through forestry operations - camping is possible in this area at the Fortescue Bay Campsite.The total track distance is just over 13 km - there are many walking tracks, camping areas, picnic facilities and fishing options are available in this area. This four-wheel drive track at Coronation / Pirates Link Road is part of the Tasman National Park and therefore National Park entry and camping fees apply. Dogs are strictly prohibited. The turn-off to Fortescue Bay, Joiners Link Road, leaves the Arthur Highway app. 3km south from the Nubeena Road turn-off. Joiners Link Road turns into Coronation Road and then into Fortescue Bay Road. Please note that these are public roads and are used by 2WD vehicles to access Fortescue Bay as campers or day visitors - all vehicle using this road must be registered. See also: Eaglehawk Neck Lookout 4WD Track

Track Details Coronation Pirates Link 4WD

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The Coronation Pirates Link four wheel drive track is approx 13 km long track and will only take you app. 30 minutes to complete. The difficulty level of this track is easy; no permit is required but you must have a National Park Pass. There are campsites available at Fortescue Bay – fees apply and dogs are strictly prohibited.

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This is a very easy. no special equipment is required. However, we always recommend you are accompanied by another vehicle at least and carry recovery gear.

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  • Difficulty – Easy
  • Permit Req’d – NO
  • National Parks Pass Req’d – Yes
  • Distance – app. 13 kms
  • Time – .5 hours
  • Carry -Nil
  • Travel Alone – Yes


Port Arthur, on the Tasman Peninsula, is one of Tasmania’s most popular and most visited tourist attractions. If you are visiting Port Arthur, we recommend you take your time by staying in the region and visiting other major tourist attractions including the Blowhole, Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen and Waterfall Bay at Eaglehawk Neck; all of which are easily accessible by regular 2WD vehicles. All of these areas are part of the Tasman National Park and park entry fees apply.

See: Fishing Eaglehawk Neck Jetty

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