Bodies of Water in Hobart

Top Bodies of Water in Hobart, Australia

Bodies of Water in Hobart

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  • leannetmccullock
    Kyogle, Australia41 contributions
    Apart from walking along The Derwent River, venture up into the streets of Sandy Bay. The homes and gardens will amaze you. The eatery's throughout Sandy Bay are varied but from my experience all have awesome food.
    Written March 16, 2021
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  • Georgia068
    Tasmania111 contributions
    The Council booking process was simple and as soon as we arrived on the day someone was checking the bbq was clean (it was!). Moments later the bins were emptied. The loos were spotless. That’s why we pay rates and we appreciated it. Not to mention the glorious setting, bird life, peace and tranquility. Love the waterworks for a relaxed family time.
    Written December 28, 2021
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    A natural Rivulet that begins in the Wellington range and enters Derwent River at the Buckingham Rowing Club.

    Best spot to access is at the end of Rangeview Crescent

    Or at the public toilets and car park on Lenah Valley rd
    Written December 20, 2018
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  • Dan L
    Bunbury, Australia6,008 contributions
    This is one of the oldest docks in Tasmania dating to 1891 and remains a working dock to this day although much changed from the early photo records. We went for a stroll after breakfast at Zero Davey, looked like the fishing fleet was in with a smattering of other small ships. Mures Restaurant seemed to be the dominant feature. Not too busy when we were there and great for some photos.
    Written April 25, 2022
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