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ROCKY CAPE NATIONAL PARK

Anniversary Point

The drive along the Bass Highway to the south of Rocky Cape National Park passes through some of the rich farm land of Tasmania's north West Coast.  From the road the park's hilly terrain look bare and infertile.  However, closer examination reveals quite a different picture.  A walking track traverses the length of the park about a kilometre inland.  The coastal track passes along a very unique coast line.  Here we cover the walk from Sisters Beach along the coast to Anniversary Point.  We then take the track inland with a 1/2 hour diversion to Doone Falls and back to Sisters Beach with another short diversion up to Broadview Hill.  About 3 1/2 hours on a dry well constructed track.  A little steep in places.

 

RIGHT: The view from Broadview Hill is superb.  The park abounds with wildflowers from Spring to Autumn.

Anniversary Point, coastal route.

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Looking north west from Broadview Hill towards Rocky Cape.

 
 

The view of Anniversary Point from Broadview Hill.

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Little Doone Falls.  Not the most attractive falls but a welcome shady retreat for lunch after an hour or two's walking.