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We just did the walk along the dry lagoon (less then 2 hrs return), ending at lagoon beach. This is an absolute pristine beach which was quite sheltered and therefore rather warm water. We enjoyed a great swim, saw a manta ray and some smaller...More
There were a lot of people camping there and would have stayed had we had more time. We had lunch then a walk on the pretty beach. The rocks were a small version of the likes found on Maria Is. Very picturesque. Worth the drive...More
A beautifully undistrubed beach with fantastic views. There were also interesting rock formations which lots of colours. A short walk from the car park and at the end of the road that leads past Coal Mines Historic site.
If you have a car this is a great little side trip from Port Arthur. Down a dirt, but God, road, it is not that far. Only about 25 km. Beautiful clear water and interesting scenery.
If you are driving from Hobart there are lots...More
The Lime Bay state reserve is Tasmania at its natural best. The bush and beaches are untouched, apart from convict coal mines scattered among the trees. Camping facilities are available, however, the access road is so good that a quick trip is very easy to...More
We walked from Lime Bay Reserve to Lagoon beach, not hard and well worth the walk including Lobster Point. A few signs would be good so you can be assured you are going the right way. I wish I liked camping, it would be one...More