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The Huon – Part 4 – Dover

by Nov 17, 2019Post0 comments

November 16-18
Above: Dover with Adamsons Peak behind.
Dover and the Southern Huon River is an area we rarely visited during our ten years in Tasmania, so after four days at Cockle Creek we stopped over at the Dover Tourist Park for two nights.
This gave us the chance to catch up on Laundry (again) and take a stroll along the beach and a drive along the coastline back to the HIghway to the North.
Dover and Esperance Bay

 
A drive Northwards along the coast opens up views of the lower Huon River from where it flows into the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, past Huon Aquaculture and to the area looking across to Port Cygnet.
 

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