Calcified Forest

Point of Interest


Seal Rock Road, Tasmania.


This free point of interest offers toilets, nice scenery, wildlife viewing and walking tracks. No camping or overnight parking allowed. The Calcified Forest is made up of hundreds of weirdly shaped limestone features. The structures that make up the forest were created when calcium carbonate attached to the deep roots of coastal vegetation, and have since been exposed when the surrounding sand has blown away. This easy return walk is about 1.3km long, with the viewing platform over the Calcified Forest at the half-way point. Be sure to take a camera to capture these amazing formations.

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Lat: -40.104946 Lng: 143.887253


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