Three people standing on the platform at Remarkable Cave looking at the cave.
Remarkable Cave - Tasman National Park (photograph: Natalie Mendham)

Remarkable Cave reopens to the public

Find out more

​Visitors to Remarkable Cave on the Tasman Peninsula will be able to experience the beauty of the caves unique sandstone rock face from the viewing platform via an upgraded staircase, with the iconic attraction reopening today for visitors to enjoy. 

Work on the upgraded staircase, which provides an improved visitor experience, has been reopened as interstate travellers are welcomed back to the Tasmania, and locals continue to enjoy their own back yard. 

The Remarkable Cave Viewing Platform as part of the Three Capes Track Project, is an example of the many upgrades completed on the Tasman Peninsula which preserve these natural attractions while providing improved facilities.

The works follow the completion of improved infrastructure at the Tasman Peninsula site including new parking for 60 cars, long vehicles and buses; more efficient and safer one way roads, a new coastal viewing area with improved accessibility; cave viewing area improvements and a renovated toilet.

Those visiting the Remarkable Cave can also enjoy new walking tracks from the Remarkable Cave to Crescent Bay and Mount Brown. This includes short walks to a new coastal viewing area and Maignon Blowhole and longer walks to the Crescent Bay Lookout, Crescent Bay and Mount Brown.

The project was funded through the State Government Three Capes Track Stage Three funding program.