Whales are often spotted blowing here and its generally a hive of ships transhipping or sheltering from weather.
Carrying along the track from Diamond Cove and through the gate you can reach Eagle point, roughly a 2-hour drive from the settlement.
Once at the old lamb marking pens there is no real track to follow, it’s a case of making your own route.
Standing on the rocky cliffs listening to the waves crashing below, beautiful views greet you overlooking the mouth of Berkeley Sound across to the Murrell farm and Mount Lowe.
Carrying on around the point you’ll then over look Volunteer lagoon looking across to Volunteer Point. Along this side harems of seals are found in between the white sandy beaches and rocky points with the bull seals basking further along the coast.