Conquer the southern hemisphere's highest sea cliffs
Amongst one of the most remote parts of Australia are the southern hemisphere's highest sea cliffs, made of sheer rock walls, worn and weathered over millions of years by waves andwind. It may sound daunting, but these cliffs are easily accesible due to the Three Capes Track.
The 46 kilometre (29 mile) track makes it easy to experience this unique and rugged natural landscape regardless of how experienced you might be when it comes to hiking or walking. The four-day walk features hand-built stone staircases to make steep sections easy to master and purpose-built tracks, so there's less uneven terrain to worry about.
All these features mean that you're free to enjoy the epic natural beauty and biodiversity of the Tasman Peninsula around you. Along the way you may see spotted-tailed quolls, Tasmanian devils, wombats and eagles and be greeted by seals, dolphins and turtles in the ocean below. If you visit from May to November, passing pilot, humpback and southern right whales might also feature amongst the stark landscape.
Experience the Three Capes Track in 360° video