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White Water Wall Rock Climbing & Abseiling

  • Destination: East Coast

Located in Freycinet National Park White Water Wall is a spectacular sea cliff with lots of rock climbing and abseiling.  The rock climbing is all trad climbing so you have to come well prepared however some of the climbs can be top roped using trad gear as your anchors. The climbs range from 13 upward.

It is located in National Park so you do require a parks pass. If you wish to drive you need a four wheel drive or you can make do with a car with lots of clearance in summer months.

For more information on rock climbing in Tasmania check out www.thesarvo.com

Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service

Inforamtion below is courtesy of Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service

Freycinet National Park

Access

The park is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours from either Hobart or Launceston. Turn off the Tasman Highway (A3) (which runs down the east coast of Tasmania) onto the Coles Bay Road (C302) 12 km south of Bicheno. (The turnoff to the Friendly Beaches section of the park is via a gravel road about 2 km after leaving the highway).

The main park entrance and visitor reception are just after Coles Bay township about 30km from the highway on a good quality sealed road.

Please take care when driving between sunset and sunrise as you are sharing the road with wildlife.

Tasmanian National Parks Entry Fees

Current park passes must be purchased for entry to Tasmania’s national parks. Please see our National Parks Entry Fees pages for full details.