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Bruny Island – 2 – Jetty Beach

by Nov 28, 2019Post0 comments

 
Novemer 24-28, 2019

Jetty Beach is the Southern most campground in South Bruny National Park being around 3km off the Lighthouse Road just a few kilometres short of the Lighthouse itself and Cape Bruny.

Jetty Beach has self registration by card or cash for the $10/night (for 2 adults) camping fees. This was the site of the original jetty from which supplies were taken by Bullock Cart to the Lighthouse, being on the inside of he D’Entrecasteaux Channel and not subject to the high seas involved in trying to get supplies to the Lighthouse by sea.
 

 
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