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White Beach TAS intro. The beautiful Tasman Peninsula is home to Tasmania's most stunning beaches, with White Beach TAS firmly in the top 10. A wide, curving stretch of pure white sand lapped by the gentle waves of Wedge Bay, it's just six kilometres from the heritage town of Port Arthur. The peninsula, a haven for its flora and fauna, is remote and largely unspoilt. For eco-tourists and outdoor sports fans, it is just one hour's travel from Hobart International Airport. Several White Beach TAS hotels are found near the beach, with several more in nearby villages. Surfing is popular here, with Roaring Beach good for beginners and Shipstern Bluff for the brave, with the finest bushwalking trails on the island backing Storm Bay and creeping into the forested wilderness beyond. For coastal walks, Cape Huay and Cape Pillar have soaring sea cliffs which are among the highest in the Southern Hemisphere and world-class diving is found at Eaglehawk Neck. Nearby Port Arthur with its 19th century heritage buildings and open-air museum is Tasmania's top tourist attraction.
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