Columns of Cape Raoul in Tasmania (with Map & Photos)

Cape Raoul is a countryside and natural site in the Tasman Municipal Zone in the Southeast Region, Tasmania. It is located approximately 13 kilometers (8.1 mi) south of the city of Nubina. The 2016 census determined zero population in the suburbs of the state.

Cape Raoul Tasmania
Cape Raoul Tasmania

Borders and location


The coast of the Tasman Sea is the western, southern and eastern borders of the settlement. The promontory lies within the terrain that lies in the western part of the Tasmanian National Park.

End of the cape from the sea.


Cape Raoul (natural site) is located in the southernmost part of the Tasman Peninsula, in the southeast of Tasmania. It forms the coastline of Raoul Bay and is part of the dolerite landscape of the Tasmanian National Park.

Cape Raoul Tasmania
Cape Raoul Tasmania

Australia's southern Tasmania coastline is made up of impressive mountain pillars that rise up to 300 meters above sea level. Geologists call these rocks dolerites because of their pronounced long hexagonal columns.

Cape Raoul is located in southeastern Tasmania. Cape Raoul forms the coastline of Raoul Bay, and is part of the dolerite landscape of Tasman National Park.

Cape Raoul Map