A twelve kilometre stroll on Hobart’s Eastern Shore allows walkers to retrace the footsteps of the young Charles Darwin.
The official track now follows a six kilometre section of the original tramway from the hills behind Margate to Kaoota Road.
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Spectacular views from this short but quite challenging walk on kunany / Mount Wellington
While many of the backyards adjoining the foreshore are fenced, others tumble informally out into the shared public space…
I recently had the opportunity travel aboard the boat for the start of the Three Capes Track experience.
The track passes between the houses of Bonnet Hill and the edge of the cliff, passing down into gullies on several occasions.
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Arm End is the northernmost tip of the South Arm peninsula, which sits near the mouth of the River Derwent, south east of Hobart.
Will the Three Capes Track experience live up to the hype?