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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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Greens Beach and the surrounding area has been a popular holiday destination for locals for many years.  There is an excellent 9 hole golf course, tennis courts and a shop which includes a mini supermarket and take-away's.  There is also a caravan park.  Nearby Kelso also has a caravan park with a convenience store and a pool.

 

Green's Beach is easily accessible from Beaconsfield and Beauty Point.  Is is about a 12 kilometre drive on a good sealed road.

 

 

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Green's Beach with Mount Arthur and Mount Barrow in the distance.

 

 

RIGHT: About half way between Beaconsfield and Green's Beach is the historical site of Yorktown, the second place of European settlement in Australia.  Unfortunately, apart from a few monuments there are little remnants of the site.  The site is at the junction with a gravel road which links up with the Baker's Beach road at the western end of Narawntapu National Park.

 

 

 

 

RIGHT:  Green's Beach Golf Club dominates the entrance to the beach side hamlet.  The 3rd Hole.

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