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Bridport

by Feb 29, 2020Post0 comments

Bridport Beach
 
February 27-29.2020
Our last coastal stop was the small town of Bridport, one of Northern Tasmania’s favourite holiday destinations for locals and tourists alike. The caravan park here, owned by the Council, stretches along almost 2.5km of shoreline with seven amenities blocks and a mix of powered and unpowered sites.

We were allocated a site overlooking the bay and a rocky section of beach at the northern most section; from here you can see the remains of the old Granite Point jetty, the first part of Bridport becoming a sea port for areas inland and built in 1916; all that remains today are the pilons next door to a new boat ramp. it gives a view back along the shore to the town end of the caravan park.
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Further images show a little of the Caravan Park, the main street and the beach areas:
 

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