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Involves a gently graded 100 metre height gain and a steeper descent of 150 metre, plus the reverse on return. The return walking time is some 4:30 over a distance of 15 kilometres
Track is a moderate quality and apart from some loose rocks on the track at times.
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Starts on an old road that passes though farm land then picks up track after crossing a style. The start has been slightly rerouted in recent years. Gentle uphill to a wire gate then turns right crossing a creek before climbing to Raoul Lookout. The area has a considerable amount of Pimelea Niva and Pultenaea making a colourful display in November. From the lookout a descent through Eucalypt and Dogwood (Pomaderris) to a ridge with Eucalypt and then Casuarina until a heathland with tea tree and Ozothamnus, this is followed shortly by more Casuarina until finally emerging onto the heathland again near a pond. Here much Calytrix and Epacris are found.
Track follows close to western cliffs and stays under the shelter of the Casuarinas for a considerable distance then crosses to the heath land for final section to Cape Raoul. Just after the highest point on the cape a left track leads to a seal lookout.
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