DANNY DE HEK nbsp» Entrepreneur Decision Maker Connector Podcaster EducatorWelcome to this stunning unspoilt region of Australia’s most southern coastline.

Accessed only by track, you can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this beautiful, untouched and often wild region of Tasmania. Located within the Southwest National Park, the walk is also part of the popular 7-day South Coast Track to Port Davey.

The walk is approximately 15.4km’s return and walkers should allow at least 4-hours return.

Graded as a Level 3 walk, this means that only those with some experience in bush walking and with a moderate level of fitness should consider this walking track.

Walkers should ensure they have sturdy walking shoes or boots, sun hat, sun block, sunglasses, clothes to suit the weather, raincoat, woollen jumper plus lunch food and drink. You should also bring thermal leggings or shorts, a warm hat/beanie, gloves, waterproof trousers and a map.

Please be aware the beaches are un-patrolled therefore please swim with caution as the beach is subject to strong rips and large waves.

Please note that pets are not permitted on this track. Firearms and bicycles are also prohibited.

Park entry fees DO apply.

Facilities:

There are toilets available on site plus an un-powered camping area.

Vehicle Access:

Take road C636 from Lune River Township to Cockle Creek where you can park your car adjacent to the information booth at the end of the unsealed road.