Rocky Cape National Park

National Parks and Reserves

Rocky Cape National Park is a promontory extending out into the Bass Strait in Tasmania’s north-west. Rocky Cape’s tracks, cliffs and beaches attract walkers and rock climbers.
The area’s coastal heathlands bloom with wildflowers in summer and there are good fishing and diving around the shores.
Native wildlife is abundant. Take a torch on an evening walk and meet wallabies, wombats and possums.
The park entrance is five kilometres off the A2, 30 kilometres west of Wynyard.

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark

Nearby Things to Do

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Table Cape Lighthouse Tours

Table Cape Lighthouse Tours

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