Tassie Day 6: Scenic Stanley
Our self-drive trip on Day 6 brought us to the far north west of Tasmania, one of the most pristine regions in the world. The Nut, an iconic feature of Stanley, is the remains of an old volcanic plug. Choose the walking track for a 20 min hike up 150 metres to The Nut or take the easy way up via The Nut Chairlift.
At Dip River Forest Reserve, appreciate the view of the magnificent two-tier Dip Falls descending down the cubic-basalt columns formed from the cooling of the volcanic rock.
Rocky Cape National Park is rich in Aboriginal history and features an abundance of wild flowers, rock pools and intriguing rock formations.