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Cape Raoul, Port Arthur

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Historic Walking Area · Tourist Spot
Cape Raoul is a rural locality and a natural feature in the local government area of Tasman in the South-east region of Tasmania. It is located about 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) south of the town of Nubeena. The 2016 census determined a population of nil for the state suburb of Cape Raoul.
Cape Raoul is a confirmed suburb/locality.
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  • The hike to Cape Raoul is fantastic. Excellent benched tracks and lookouts along the way. The seal lookout was wonderful - you could hear the seals barking at each other!  more »
  • Perhaps by this point we were just spoiled with some of the walks in Cradle mountain, Mt Wellington and Freycinet national park. Still I think this one pales in comparison to cape hauy which we did a....  more »

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