Photographs and Information Of Cape Liptrap Coastal Park And The Lighthouse
Where Is The Cape Liptrap Coastal Park – Cape Liptrap Coastal Park is a narrow strip of coastal peninsula that stretches from Walkerville South to Waratah Bay at the south-eastern-most tip of Australia. See map at the bottom of the page for further directions and access points.
This very scenic and exposed area was declared a National park in 1997 and covers over 4000 hectares.
What Is There To See At Cape Liptrap – The Cape Liptrap lighthouse is only a short walk from the carpark and is a great place to take a camera or binoculars. You’ll find a picnic bench, low native shrubs and heaths, steep cliffs and incredible rock formations. Several information boards describe the characteristics of this special area.
While you are in the area, the Walkerville Lime Kilns are well worth a look along with the local historic cemetery. The beaches at Walkerville South are peaceful and beautiful and generally safe for families and children to swim and play on the beach and explore the rock pools.