One of the most spectacular sites at D’Entrecasteaux is Black Point, a massive outcrop of hexagonal basalt columns formed 135 million years ago by volcanic lava flow.

Black Point is only accessible by four-wheel drive. The tracks into and around Black Point itself can be very soft and will require dropping your tyre pressures.

On this drive you can also visit Jasper Beach, which is a nice secluded spot – and similar to Black Point, features camping spots on the way in. To get to Jasper Beach, you take a narrow and winding track called Wapet Track. This challenging track becomes very steep with rutted sand hills as you head towards the beach.

Black Point Road is closed in winter due to the tracks becoming inundated.