Rocky Cape National Park

There is great snorkelling and in-shore diving among the sponge gardens and myriad marine life here, and a wreck, the Southern Cross, is lying in a few metres of water off the cape. The coastal heath has prolific birdlife and wildflowers including orchids. There are Aboriginal sites and shelters to discover and a variety of walks, ranging from less than 20 minutes to a full day. These take in Aboriginal rock shelters and caves, tranquil beaches, and rocky headlands abounding in rockpools.

Contact Info

PWS Smithton: (03) 6452 4997

www.parks.tas.gov.au

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