Cape Liptrap

Cape Liptrap is located in South Gippsland, Victoria and is a part of the Gippsland Wilsons Prom region. A peninsula that is an extension of the Hoddle Range running out to sea Cape Liptrap was first sighted in December 1800 from the survey brig HMS Lady Nelson and named after John Liptrap.

Cape Liptrap sits high above Bass Strait with steep cliffs. At the end of the peninsula is Cape Liptrap Lighthouse that was built in 1951 in concrete.

Cape Liptrap is close to local towns and villages such as Waratah Bay, Wilsons Promontory, Sandy Point, Walkerville, Fish Creek, Foster, Venus Bay, Tarwin Lower, Inverloch and Wonthaggi.

Pet friendly accommodation at Cape Liptrap is made up of pet friendly cottages, and pet friendly bed and breakfasts and pet services include vets, horse riding, farriers, and pet breeders, but the wider area produces dog groomers, boarding kennels and catteries, pet shops, pet food outlets, pet insurance agents, pet minding and pet friendly dining venues.

Cape Liptrap is a very peaceful and magnificent part of the Gippsland coast and the views are breathtaking, so don't miss your opportunity to visit one of the pet friendly accommodation venues when it arises.

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