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This national park is big,beautiful and pristine. It is easily accessible and the western entrance is a short drive from the highway. The park consists of a range of high hills next to the coast. The beaches are nice to stroll on and there are...More
We did two attractions. The first one was the Sisters Beach. It was beautiful with a view on the mountains. That was cool!
The second attraction was the Banksia Grove Caves Circuit. That was a great trek to admire lots of attractive attractions.
We stopped at Sisters beach and the lighthouse at rocky cape national park ... Well worth the detour. The scenery is beautiful and really worth adding to the photo collection. Sisters beach is perfect for stretching the legs after driving a while and the lighthouse...More
We planned to spend a day here during a holiday in Tassie in November. In the early '90s we had had great times walking here and exploring caves and beaches. No longer. The park signage is atrocious and useless. We could not find anything except...More
Thank Steven R
Stanley T, Front Office Manager at Rocky Cape National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 January 2018
Thank you Steven for your review. We will pass on your review to Parks & Wildlife.
I understand that the track to the caves have been closed due to the damage to the inside on previous occasions.
Again thank you.
We arrived at sister's beach and start walking to the anniversary bay, beautiful view from the top, we return to our car and drove to the lighthouse, mary anne cove, cave bay, burgess cove. Awesome experience!
Not too sure whether we missed out on some all important information but there wasn't a lot there. We drove on rough roads to find a lighthouse and that was about it. There was a marked up track to an aboriginal site that we didn't...More
We visited the rocky cape national park via the western entrance, close to Hellyer. It was only a short drive in alongside towering and impressive button grass and dolomite outcrops, which we saw hand gliders making use of and harnessing the moderate coastal breeze. We...More
Rocky Cape National Park, situated between Stanley and Wynyard, is full of surprises. You may only want to make a quick visit to the Rocky Cape lighthouse with its sweeping views, but there is much more to see if you take the time.