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Long Beach

Recommandé par 14 habitants ·

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Richard
Richard
November 21, 2019
Just a 12 minute drive from the Salvator Suite, Long Beach has an esplanade, park with BBQs, lots of exotic native birds,small shopping precinct and cafe, this local beach is a favourite. It is also the venue for the Hobart Twilight Market most Friday evenings.
Stuart & James
Stuart & James
February 20, 2019
Small supermarket here round the corner
Tracy
Tracy
November 14, 2016
A beautiful walk on Long Beach is a must, very romantic. The walk along much of the beach is flat and paths are great for aged or disabled. Parking is on site of Sandy Bay, their are many restaurants and cafes here.
Janina
Janina
May 3, 2019
Just down the hill. Grab a coffee and the paper. Take a walk around the beach. Watch the sail boats tacking back and forth. Weekends the Petanque club play on the special grounds in the park and on Sunday morning check out the veteran cars when the drivers stop for breakfast en route to the Huon. A…
Jane
Jane
January 25, 2017
Beach, boardwalk, large lawns, children's playground, wood fired pizza...

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“Shopping at Beach Rd down the hill for basics next door to newsagent (post office) and chemist. Barbers, Doctors' Surgery. Cafes and icecream. ”
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Restaurant
“The Sandy Bay Wood Fired Pizza is a TINY place with great views of Sandy Bay. My best pizza place. Can get very cosy because it is so small but with easy free parking and BYO, yep it has got to be one of my favourite spots. Be warned: Cash only!! Sit in or take away BUT no delivery.”
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Establishment
“Today, it rates among Tasmania's top visitor attractions, but its original function was industrial, turning a hazardous mix of hot lead, arsenic and antimony into ammunition. The Shot Tower, 11 kilometres south of Hobart in Taroona, furnishes a rare window into manufacturing history and at the same time rewards visitors with remarkable views at the top of over 300 wooden steps. It is at 318 Channel Highway, just south of Taroona and is open daily from 9am.”
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Restaurant
“Awesome fresh seafood with a killer view across the street to the River Derwent in lower Sandy Bay.”
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