A sweeping expanse of golden sand edged with thick forest, Fortescue Bay is a hidden treasure at the end of a 12 kilometer ... More
A sweeping expanse of golden sand edged with thick forest, Fortescue Bay is a hidden treasure at the end of a 12 kilometer stretch of gravel road in the Tasman National Park. The area is equally popular for swimming as it is for easy walks with spectacular sea vistas from high cliffs. The boat ramp caters for great local fishing in calm waters. Once used as a semaphore station to relay messages to Eaglehawk Neck, there remains evidence of later usage. Relics of a timber mill, jetty, tramways and fish factory are still visible.
Adjacent to Freycinet National Park the Coles Bay township caters for those wanting a relaxed holiday and those seeking more
adventurous activities such as scenic flights, kayaking and rock climbing. There is an abundance of spectacular scenery, walking trails ...
This venue has it all! A great position with water views that overlook the dramatic Anzac Bridge. The building is
part glasshouse, part warehouse/factory and is an appropriate setting for some of Sydney's finest seafood. The menu offers ten ...
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