Luxury, Romantic and Boutique Accommodation in Rocky Cape
Escape the crowds with a secluded getaway in Rocky Cape
Rocky Cape is located between the popular Stanley and Wynyard and offers travellers a tranquil setting for a Tasmanian getaway. It is the perfect place to escape the crowds and implement a digital detox as you take time out and truly relax. Rocky Cape National Park is the centrepiece of this region on Tasmania’s northwest coast. And though the park might be smaller compared to its neighbours, what it lacks in square-footage is made for with substance.
Rocky Cape is a two-and-a-half hour drive from Launceston and makes up just one of the beautiful stops for travellers exploring Tasmania's North West Coast. While towns along the coast are natural tourist draw-cards, a smattering of small inland hubs are located in the surrounding region.
Much like its neighbours, Rocky Cape National Park is known for its wild and rugged coastline. Think tucked-away sea caves and rock pools teeming with starfish and colourful seaweed. The lighthouse is what lures most visitors in, but there’s plenty to discover if you have a spare afternoon. Delve into the park’s history a little more and you’ll find shipwrecks, Aboriginal heritage, imposing rock formations and fishing spots. You might even stumble across a private sheltered beach to call your own for an hour or two.
Other outdoorsy adventures can be found outside the park, too. A handful of farm stays are dotted throughout the region and are perfect for travellers keen on experience the hustle and bustle of a working farm. Secluded retreats and private cottages are also available for those wanting a more peaceful stay. There are accommodation options in Sisters Beach, a township sandwiched on all sides by the national park, too.
Keen to hightail it to Rocky Cape? Find your boutique getaway from our stable of luxury accommodation, or continue to plan your travels throughout the area with our collection of North West Coast accommodation.