Cape Raoul, Three Capes Track walk, Tasman National Park, Tasmania

Cape Raoul (Tasman National Park)

LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY > TASMAN NATIONAL PARK AND THE THREE CAPES TRACK – TASMANIA > Cape Raoul (Tasman National Park)

 

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Cape Raoul, although part of the official “Three Capes Track”, is only visible from, not accessible from, the Three Capes Track. However, Cape Raoul can be done separately as a day walk (14 km, 9 mi). The other two capes of the Three Capes Track are Cape Pillar and Cape Hauy. These stunning dolerite sea cliffs rise out of the Southern Ocean to an astounding height of 300m (984’) and are among the tallest sea cliffs in the world. Much of the walk to Cape Raoul provides unobscured views of these sea cliffs and the Southern Ocean. Upon reaching Cape Raoul, one can see and hear the Australian Fur Seal colony at its base.

 

 

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