Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, Victoria, Australia
Description: Cape Liptrap Coastal Park transforms from being a peaceful coastal area to wild, windy and awe inspiring in stormy weather. The Gunai/Kurnai and Boonwurruny indigenous people have inhabited this area for over 6,000 years. Axes and other stone tools were made from quartzite and jasper gathered from Cape Liptrap.Whatever the season, Cape Liptrap Coastal Park is worth exploring.
Location and Entrance: Situated 160 kilometres south east of Melbourne. It is reached from the South Gippsland Highway at Leongatha or the Bass Highway from Inverloch.
Length and approximate time to complete:
- Point Smythe Walk - 6 km circuit / 2 hours
- Anderson Inlet Walk - 2 km / 40 minutes one way
- Lime Burners Walk - 750 metres / 15 minutes one way
- Overlook Walk - 1.2 km / 45 minutes one way
- Difficulty - Easy to Moderate
- Surface - Gravel tracks and beach walking
- Toilets - Yes, at Walkerville North and Walkerville South
- Designated Accessible Toilets - Walkerville North
- Parking - Yes
- Designated Accessible Parking - No
- Wheelchairs - Unsuitable
- Prams - No
- Bicycles - Yes
- Dogs - On leashes, check brochure below for details
- For further detailed information on these walks click here
- Other walks within the area: A variety of coastal walks exist along the shoreline between Venus Bay and Waratah Bay. Short walks are also available at Bald Hills and Kings Flat Reserves The coast between Venus Bay and Walkerville is very rocky and access is very dependent on the tides.