Crayfish Creek is an ideal central base to explore Tasmania’s northwest region. Enjoy the beaches, discover shell coves, creeks and forest reserves, all just a short stroll away. Try your hand at fishing or plan a bushwalk in the Rocky Cape National Park. The quaint town of Stanley is nearby where you can take a chairlift ride up The Nut, a volcanic plug discovered by explorers Bass and Flinders in 1798, or visit the Stanley Discovery Museum and Genealogy Centre. In a distinctive bushland setting, this park is tucked away on the banks of Crayfish Creek, a short way in from the coast. It is a popular park during holiday periods, when the weather is warmer for swimming and camping. Bookings are required in peak periods.