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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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TAMAR ISLAND WETLANDS
GRINDELWALD
NOTLEY FERN GORGE
BRADY'S LOOKOUT
RIVERBANK SCENIC DRIVE
SIDMOUTH
ROWELLA
BEACONSFIELD
BEAUTY POINT
HOLWELL GORGE
GREENS BEACH
NARAWNTAPU NP

 

 


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The West Tamar

Launceston and The Tamar Valley

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Badgers Beach near Greens Beach

 

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from Brady's Lookout

From Launceston, there are several main population centres on the West Tamar.  These include Legana, Grindelwald, Exeter, Beaconsfield, Beauty Point and the Clarence Point, Kelso and Greens Beach area.

 

The West Tamar Highway is the major access to the area.  The 'old' highway follows the river edge from Legana to Beaconsfield  and is a leisurely and scenic alternative to the main road.

 

There are many side routes off the main highway.  These include a road at Legana which accesses Notley Fern Gorge to the west.  There is a side road west again to Grindelwald "Swiss Village" just north of Legana.  The Holwell road from Beaconsfield accesses the Holwell Gorge.  The Frankland highway from Exeter is an alternative route to Devonport.  The whole valley and beyond abounds with high quality wineries and berry and produce  farms,  accommodation venues and eating establishments.

 

The first stop is TAMAR ISLAND

 

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Greens Beach Golf Course

 

Notley Gorge