South East Cape
|South East Cape|
1916 map of the south coast of Tasmania, showing South East Cape
|Easiest access||South Coast Track|
|UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|National park||Southwest NP|
The South East Cape is a cape located at the southernmost point of the main island of Tasmania, the southernmost state of Australia. The cape is situated in the southern and south-eastern corner of the Southwest National Park, part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, approximately 94 kilometres (58 mi) southwest of Hobart in Tasmania, and about 65 kilometres (40 mi) east and a little south of the South West Cape.
Location and features
South East Cape is the southernmost point of the mainland of Tasmania, but not of the state of Tasmania. The Maatsuyker Islands and the Pedra Branca island group, just offshore, are also part of the state of Tasmania, and lie further south than South East Cape. The state of Tasmania also includes Macquarie Island, which is about 1,600 km SE of South East Cape.
- "SOUTH-EAST CAPE — TASMANIA'S END". The Mercury. Hobart, Tasmania. 18 May 1945. p. 7. Retrieved 29 June 2015 – via National Library of Australia.
- Nash, Michael; Tasmania. Dept. of Lands, Parks and Wildlife (1988), A maritime archaeological survey of South East Tasmania: Cape Raoul to South East Cape, Department of Lands, Parks and Wildlife, ISBN 978-0-7246-2113-2
- Tasmania. Navigation and Survey Authority (1995), Foundering of FV "Tasmanian Enterprise", South East Cape, on 13 April 1995, Navigation and Survey Authority of Tasmania, retrieved 29 June 2015
- Continental Extremities of Australia
- Picture of South East Cape
- Map of the area with South East Cape on the right edge, South Cape, South West Cape, the Maatsuyker Islands with De Witt Island, The Sisters and Maatsuyker Island
- Another map of the area between South East Cape and South West Cape and the Maatsuyker Islands
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