Fishers Point – Tasmania

A breathtaking early morning walk to Fishers Point at the bottom end of Tasmania.  Starting at Cockle Creek this easy *two hour walk takes you along various beaches that snug the southern coast of the Tasman Sea!

The bay is a renown and historical resting spot for yachts after their sometimes hazardous journey from the Indian Ocean.

I began around 7.30am and watched the sun cast its shadows on the sands and rocks.

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P1870934The track markings are minimal although easy to follow as you keep walking the beach line and at times it will take you through short spurts of sparse bush.

 

 

 

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On the way back you get a whole new perspective with the blue ranges and rock formations. You may even get to see some yachts motoring into the bay.

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(*although I sauntered it in four hours, stopping at many points along the way just absorbing the glorious scenery and far too many images! haha)

 

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