Although the city of Hobart has a lot of deep water conditions on the terrain, it also occasionally encounters a few relatively long beaches. As the city beach in almost the southernmost corner of Australia, here you can see some wind and wave lovers driving a yacht leisurely in a daze
The lake beach is light except that the water is light and there is no seaweed
Kingston is also known as the "Water City" because it is located at the junction of the Great Lakes. It was a well-known water transport fortress a long time ago. There are many yachts moored on the shore of Kingston.
It is a quiet holiday place where few tourists go, mainly Australian locals. The environment is natural, the supply of materials is still sufficient, and there is a small supermarket. What attracted me most was the kangaroos that appeared on the beach early in the morning, the blues.
Like to sit on the beach and watch seagulls and cruise ships quietly. Seagulls are not afraid of people and are very comfortable
In a beautiful small bay, the water is not too clear, but there are no wind and waves, it is very suitable for swimming and playing in the water, there are water birds swimming in front of you from time to time
Preston_Dominguez: Osborne Esplanade, Kingston, Kingborough, Tasmania 7050, Australia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kingston Beach,Australian Antarctic Division Headquarters,Kingston Park Raceway