Where is it? Tasman Peninsula, 95km south-east of Hobart
How to see it for yourself?
This view is at the end of the cape, which has a detached sea stack known as the Candlestick. These dolerite seacliffs are among the tallest and oldest in Australia. Kayaking is available with operators such as Roaring 40s Ocean Kayaking. To see it from the land, the Cape Hauy Track is a five-hour return trek that begins in Fortescue Bay, taking in heath and woodland before the views of the cliffs.
Why I love it
“This breathtaking view gives me a genuine feel for untouched wilderness. Even better is the experience of walking along the track through a variety of health and woodland that reaches the magnificent views of steep cliffs and rock formations. The spectacular columns and cliffs surrounded by pristine waters are incredible.” – Diane Byrne, Tourism Tasmania
Image by Toby Story