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Eaglehawk Lookut 4WD Track

Eaglehawk Neck Lookout Four Wheel Drive Track

Eaglehawk Neck Look-out 4WD Track

This track is considered easy and covers a distance of just 8.5 kilometres and only takes app. 30-minutes return from the small Southwest Coastal fishing town of Eaglehawk Neck. You can, however, do this trip as part of a series of trips in this part of Tasmania with one being the Coronation Pirates Link Road 4WD Track. To access, follow the Arthur Highway out of Eaglehawk Neck toward Port Arthur for 1.3 kilometres past the roadsign ‘End 70’ sign. You will find a gravel road on the left marked Pirates Road and ‘Eaglehawk Lookout – 8 Klms’. See also: Fortescue Bay 4WD Track

Eaglehawk Neck Lookout 4WD Track information

This is only a fairly short and very easy 4WD track, but a picturesque four-wheel drive track provided as one of a series of small 4WD tracks in this beautiful part of Tassie.

Track Details Coronation Pirates Link 4WD

The Eaglehawk Neck Lookout Four Wheel Drive track is rated EASY and only takes 30-minutes return to complete. It is located in the Tasman National Park, which is located on the Tasman Peninsula, taking app. 90 minutes to drive from Hobart. This part of Tassie is popular during the summer months, which is December to February.



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 – No
  • Distance – app. 8.5 kms
  • Time – .5 hours
  • Carry -Nil
  • Travel Alone – Yes

Map Coronation / Pirates Link 4WD Track

Port Arthur Eaglehawk Neck Tasmania

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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