Staircase to Remarkable Cave
Remarkable Cave staircase (photograph: Unknown)

Improvements to Remarkable Caves staircase

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​Work is underway to upgrade the staircase to one of the most iconic and photographed locations on the Tasman Peninsula – the Remarkable Cave.

A local construction company has been engaged to upgrade the existing staircase to the Remarkable Cave Viewing Platform as part of the Three Capes Track Project.

Although the parks and reserves are closed to the public in response to the Tasmanian Government’s COVID-19 pandemic response, upgrade work is continuing.  

The works follow the completion of new and improved day walking tracks from the Remarkable Cave to Crescent Bay and Mount Brown. These visitor tracks include short walks to a new coastal viewing area and Maignon Blowhole and longer walks to Crescent Bay, Crescent Bay Lookout and Mount Brown.

Significant improvements to infrastructure including a cave viewing area, new coastal viewing area with improved accessibility, increased parking facilities for cars, larger vehicles and buses and a renovated toilet are some of the other recent upgrades that were also completed late last year.

The works will improve the visitor safety and experience when parks and reserves are reopened to the public.