Boat Harbour and its close neighbour Boat Harbour Beach lie in the heart of a rich agricultural area where fertile pastures sweep down to the sea.
Boat Harbour Beach’s clear waters and rocky headlands make it an attractive venue for diving and snorkelling. It has white sand and the swimming is good – although the waters of Bass Strait can be cold! It is also a popular surfing beach.
Rocky Cape National Park features some of Tasmania’s finest Aboriginal caves. Near the park entrance is Birdland Native Gardens which showcases some of the native birdlife. Nearby Sisters Beach has safe swimming and pristine white sand.
Photo courtesy of Tourism Tasmania