This trip is nearly as spectacular as the Tasman Island trip, but without the extreme conditions. There are many caves and interesting geological formations along this coast. In westerly weather, this part of the coast is sheltered if you keep in close to the cliffs. You can land on the flat, gently sloping shelves of rock that are common here. Some of the caves are enormous, with high, cathedral roofs. A waterfall empties into the sea at Waterfall Bay, a nice drink of fresh water. The campsite at Fortesque Bay is a beautiful site. There are quite a few walks once you get to either Pirates Bay or Fortesque Bay. In the right weather this trip can be done with inexperienced sea canoeists, provided they have someone along with local knowledge.