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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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NARAWNTAPU NATIONAL PARK

Bakers Beach - Archers Knob


If you want to camp with native animals then Bakers Beach at the western end of Narawntapu National Park is one of the ideal destinations.  An interesting coastline and vegetation make the park a great place to visit.  The picture at the top centre is the view from Archers Knob.  A great colourful walk - particularly with spring wattle in bloom.  The park entrance is at the far end of the lagoon.

 

       
             
       
    A new visitors centre has recently been completed at the entrance to the park.  Devonport is less than half an hours drive west.  The well serviced Port Sorell is just across the Rubicon River which can be seen in the picture at the top centre above.  The walk to Archers Knob looks imposing from the car park but is less than an hours walk from the eastern car park.  A gently graded track takes you to superb views of the coastline.

For the more adventurous, the coastal track continues on to Badgers Head near the head of the Tamar River.  A day walk from either end.
 

   
       
    Another hours walk from the base of Archer's Knob is Copper Cove.  The pictures above are the view from the eastern end of Baker's Beach, the view of the Asbestos Range from near Copper Cove and Copper Cove.