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All reviews take your time day trip beautiful scenery western explorer couple of years both sides jewel in the crown green point old trees the loop well worth the effort closed due pristine wilderness points of interest flora and fauna sinkhole walks
As usual we were given beautiful scenery, but what is it with those ripple strips, They drive you crazy and take away from the overall effect of the drive. One set of strips was placed after a 25km bend. Come on!
A beautiful drive through the wilderness and along the coast. Be sure to take your time (we took a full day from Stanley to do the loop) and enjoy the many places along the way to stop and take a closer look. The road is...More
This is a great drive, as long as you're not in a hurry and as long as you take it easy on the many curves on the often wet and always windy roads. There's lots to see on the well-marked walks and drive paths. Just...More
Good road , easy for an SUV, with many stop off points to view the attractions & the many "sink holes" which are so well explained you will be an expert by the time you reach Arthur River. We left from Stanley with scallop pies...More
Well with the diversion to complete this loop. Somac Lookout was interesting but the jewel in the crown is Trowutta Arch. This walk is less than 30 minutes round trip, the view through the arch into the pool is stunning and very with the effort.
After a visit to The Edge of the World at Arthur River, we decided to continue along the "Tarkine Drive" along winding narrow roads through the natural wilderness in this part of Tasmania.. Fortunately there are ample opportunities to pull off the road to admire...More
We did the loop from Smithton to Edge of the World, down to Couta Rocks, Sumac Lookout then straight up (not looping out to Sinkhole and Rapid River). We started and ended at Wynyard.
Overall, I was underwhelmed. If you are in the area and...More
I think Western Explorer is only 77k. It's gravel and suitable for 2WD. I strongly suggest though confirming conditions with Arthur River Parks and Wildlife Service. You can Google their office. Their rangers monitor all... More
I think Western Explorer is only 77k. It's gravel and suitable for 2WD. I strongly suggest though confirming conditions with Arthur River Parks and Wildlife Service. You can Google their office. Their rangers monitor all conditions around tarkine. Just for a piece of mind. The Western Explorer is great, take your time, have some side walks and enjoy the remoteness.