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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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MT PUZZLER
MEETUS FALLS
HARDINGS FALLS
MATHINNA FALLS
EVERCREECH
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STORYS CREEK
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The East Coast

FINGAL VALLEY

 

The Fingal Valley provides the shortest access to Tasmania's East Coast from the north of the island.  From the Midlands Highway at Conara, the Esk Highway passes through the townships of Avoca, Fingal and St Mary's.  There are several interesting diversions along the way.  These include Mathinna, Storys Creek and Mt Puzzler to name just a few.

 

The western end of the valley is dominated by Stack's Bluff at the southern end of Ben Lomond.  A 6 hour return walk from Storeys Creek. The eastern end is dominated by St Patrick's Head.  There is a very steep walk up St Patrick's head.  The track commences a couple of kilometres from the centre of St Mary's.  It is well signposted.  Spectacular panoramic views from the top.  About an hour or less each way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meetus Falls

 

Hardings Falls

 

 

The view from the top of St Patrick's Head. The St Mary's Pass is in the foreground.  The small hill on the bottom end of the beach on the right of picture is Falmouth.  Scamander is just beyond the lagoons to the north.  St Helen's Point can just be seen through the smoke haze at the northern end of the beach.

 

FAR RIGHT: Wild Lupins at Storeys Creek