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Weymouth

1/ Weymouth is on the north eastern coast of Tasmania. The Piper River at Weymouth attracts many kayakers, who are attracted by the peaceful waters.

Weymouth

2/ This photo shows the peaceful Piper River at Weymouth just before it reaches the sea. The river bank has many beaches, which are quite large at low tide and popular with Tasmanian families.

Piper River Estuary at Weymouth

3/ This looks south down the Piper River. At low tide the area of sand and mud is vast.

Weymouth

4/ The Piper River beach becomes wide just before it empties into the sea, beyond the dunes.

Weymouth

5/ This photo shows the rows of sticks that are prevalent on the western side of Weymouth.

weymouth fish trap

6/ At low tide the western side of the Piper River at Weymouth reveals rows of old timber. It is the remains of an old fish trap.

Weymouth fish trap

7/ This view looks south to show the full extent of the fish trap. The houses on the left are part of the beach holiday settlement of Bellingham.

Weymouth

8/ This is the Piper River entering the sea at Weymouth. Across the river is the tiny holiday hamlet of Bellingham.

Weymouth

9/ The sea beaches of Weymouth are kilometres of beautiful, white sands with few people on them.

Weymouth

10/ The kayakers of Weymouth paddle peacefully up and down the Piper River.

Weymouth

11/ The Piper River Estuary had warm peaceful waters and on both sides were long beautiful beaches.

Weymouth

12/ This is the tiny hamlet of Lulworth, as seen from the Piper River Estuary near Weymouth.

 

Lulworth

1/ This is the old boat launch at Lulworth. There was once a large pier servicing a small harbour at this point.

Lulworth

2/ This is the stony beach north of the boat launch. In the distance, you can see the white sand beach of Lulworth, shown in photo number 2.

Lulworth

3/ This photo looks west towards the end of the stony beach at Lulworth.

Lulworth

4/ This view looks east across Tan O'Shanter Bay towards the growing beach settlement of Lulworth.

Lulworth

5/ This view looks east across Tan O'Shanter Bay. Beyond the point with its white sand beach is the other beach settlement of Weymouth.

Lulworth

6/ I was quite surprised at the way Lulworth had grown, since I lasted visited it in 2008. In the past 7 years the number of attractive, modern beach houses at Lulworth has exploded.

Lulworth

7/ This photo shows a lonely beach house on the eastern edge of Lulworth. It looks towards the other beach settlement of Weymouth, which is to the east.

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