Cape Conran

Cape Conran

Cape Conran Coastal Park is a favourite destination for locals and visitors alike, with stunning rugged coastal scenery, ocean beaches, heathlands, and iconic banksia woodlands brimming with wildlife and nectar-feeding birds.

The 11,000 hectares surrounding Cape Conran in Eastern Victoria was declared a coastal park in 1997.

It offers a plethora of options for water loving enthusiasts including swimming, diving, boating, fishing or rock pooling.

Explore the natural wonders on foot with plenty of walking tracks and birdwatching. Follow the Cape Conran Nature Trail or plan a magnificent Dock Inlet and Pearl Point day walk.

The remote Wilderness Coast Walk extends 100km from the eastern shores of Sydenham Inlet in neighbouring Croajingolong National Park. (Boat transport may need to be arranged, or low tide required, to safely cross the entrances of Sydenham Inlet and Tamboon Inlet if open to the sea).

Cape Conran can be reached via the Princes Highway by turning off at Cabbage Tree Creek or via Orbost and Marlo to the west. The eastern section of the park can be reached by turning off the Highway east of Cabbage Tree Creek to Bemm River.

For those wanting to head out onto the water, an ocean boat ramp located at West Cape for when sea and weather conditions are suitable. The ramp is regularly subject to sand and kelp build up.

After a summer getaway at Cape Conran you will be invigorated and will have a better appreciation of this wilderness coast. 

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