The Low Rocky Point is a location on the south west coast of Tasmania, Australia, that is used a location for weather forecasting. It is almost due west of Hobart, it is south of Point Hibbs and north of South West Cape.
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Wrecks and other events in the region use the location as a reference point
In the early twentieth century, the need for a light was canvassed
It is also an important reference point for nautical maps.
To the south east and east of the point is Elliott Bay. North of the point is the Lewis River, and the next headland south is Elliot Point approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) south east. High Rocky Point lies less than 20 kilometres (12 mi) to the north.
It is also a location on the west coast walking track between Cape Sorell and Port Davey