Stand on spectacular Cape Grim, turn your face to the wind and breathe in the Cleanest Air in the World.
From our tragic indigenous history to today's ultra modern green energy wind turbines and Australasia's largest dairy operation.
Can you handle leaning into the wind on the cliff face over the majestic Great Southern Ocean?
The spectacular landscape and coastline haven't changed since Bass and Flinders first laid eyes on it, and named Cape Grim from the sea in 1798, but the original massive merino sheep farm with convict labor certainly has. Come with us and hear of it's fascinating evolution into a Wind Turbine green energy farm and Australasia's largest dairy operation and the real story of the original custodians of the region.
Whether on the cliff tops of Cape Grim with the roar of the wind intertwined with the story of the indigenous massacre that took place under your feet. Picture yourself in the tiny kitchen feeding an army of workers and convicts or see the tufts of merino wool still blowing around your feet in the shearing shed decades after the last sheep left.
Meet some locals
The perfect adventure
Be blown away
Spectacular by air
Nature comes to you
We have been TripAdvisor's #1 attraction in the entire region for the past 5 years running and rank in the top 10% of TripAdvisor attractions in the world!
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