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Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

1/ The Waterhouse Conservation Area is in north east Tasmania. The area includes boat launches and camping areas, but no other facilities.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

2/ This is a panoramic view of Ransons Beach. The beach on the left horizon is Tomahawk Beach.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

3/ Ransons Beach at Waterhouse is simply an idyllic place to relax in.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

4/ This is a view of Waterhouse looking north beyond the rocks to the hill, where the panoramic shot was taken from.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

5/ The Waterhouse area includes a number of boat launches. This one is Blizzards Landing and is looking towards Waterhouse Island.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

6/ This is the view to the west of Waterhouse Point.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

7/ This view shows the extent of the beach of Waterhouse at high tide.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

8/ Like in the Bay of Fires, Waterhouse has the signature red coated rocks of eastern Tasmania.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

9/ This view shows the timeless atmospherics of this beautiful beaches of Waterhouse.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

10/ This view looks towards the headland in the south of Waterhouse.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

11/ This view shows how the rocks of Waterhouse can be interpreted as interesting sculptures.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

12/ This is another view of the rockscapes of Ransons Beach at Waterhouse.

Waterhouse Conservation area Tasmania

13/ This map shows the many places to see and experience in the Waterhouse area.

 

Tomahawk Beach

1/ Tomahawk Beach is east of Waterhouse Beach. It is a beautiful white sand beach that stretches for about 8 kilometres. There is a holiday settlement with at store at Tomahawk. This photo shows the boat launch at Tomahawk. It looks to the east towards the Ringarooma Tier of hills on the right of the photo.

Tomahawk Beach

2/ This is the view back to the boat launch looking towards the west. Note how clean is the water and how white is the sand. The distant hill to the right is at Waterhouse Beach. Tomahawk calls itself Tasmania's best kept secret, as only Tasmanians know about it.

Tomahawk Beach

3/ This is a photo of Tomahawk Beach at high tide. The beach is about 200 metres wide at this time.

Tomahawk Beach

4/ This view looks to the north east across some rocks towards Little Musselroe Bay. There is a large wind farm at Little Musselroe Bay, which is an interesting place to visit.

Tomahawk Beach

5/ Fishing and boating are the main pleasure activities at Tomahawk. This photo shows a fishermen fishing near the boat launch. In the distance is the Ringarooma Tier.

Tomahawk Beach

6/ The long sandy beach of Tomahawk has regular out crops of rocks. This view also looks towards the east.

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