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Cape Deslacs and Goat Bluff

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November 4, 2019
Cape Deslacs lies on the Eastern side of the South Arm Peninsula between Clifton Beach and Pipeclay Lagoon/Cremorne. A walking track takes you around the headland and back along the beach with a circuit of around 3km.
The main image is the cape from the track which descends from the lookout to Clifton Beach itself.

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Goat Bluff is in the South Arm Conservation Area just North of the final narrow neck which connects South Arm itself to the rest of the peninsula. It looks out to the East towards the Tasman Peninsula and South towards Bruny Island as well as back across the peninsula to Mount Wellington


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