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We were amazed at this beautiful part of the world. Our hosts welcomed us with a generously stocked fridge - including an abundant supply of brekky provisions plus some nice surprises. The views were to die for and having or own private beach was very...More
We drove to the lighthouse close to dusk, and it has interesting views along the coast. It is not open for tours etc. The roads are unmade but in reasonable condition. You get better views from Stanley a short drive along the coast.
We were so glad to get to visit this park. We saw our first wallaby of the trip here and saw the cave nearby. I can't recommend this place enough if you like spectacular views of the great island of Tasmania or if you are...More
Didn't take a tour of this lighthouse but we drove down to see it and had a picnic. There are great views from both here and the nearby headland before you drive down the road.
Worth driving too if on your way to/from Stanley
A fairly secluded place to visit, not a lot of people around so you get it to yourself which is nice. Easy hike to the lighthouse, stellar views, check out the aboriginal art in the caves nearby too and it is an hour well spent.
The views from Rocky Cape are spectacular. The rock formations are fascinating and unusual. It is well worth the visit just to wonder at the rocks as well as the walking tracks. The Aboriginal caves nearby are also well worth the visit. It is definitely...More
The lighthouse at Rocky Cape offers spectacular views west towards Stanley, east towards Table Cape. The lighthouse is elevated and also provides spectacular views of the bays at the end of Rocky cape. In the same vicinity are the Aboriginal Caves as well as various...More