South Arm: lots of great reasons to visit, and only about 40 minutes from Hobart. Soon the weather will be warm enough to venture to the beach for some swimming, boating and fishing. With the recent spring weather enticing people outdoors, a clamber over the rocks is always nice.
South Arm Attraction
Along the edge of the Derwent River, you can uncover some interesting creatures hiding in the rock pools. You can see across to the shot tower at Taroona, while further south the northern section of Bruny Island is visible.
If you have a decent zoom lens on your camera, you can shoot the Iron Pot Lighthouse from the shore.
Back to South Arm Fun Day
Sunday 17 October
Calverton Hall and Oval
Most of our groups and South Arm businesses
will be there with stalls and many give-aways.
There will be displays of Zumba and Belly Dancing
and an interesting historical display in the Hall.
Why not ride your bike to the oval and leave
it with our Bike Valet for safe keeping!
I’ve heard a whisper that members of the local karate club will be demonstrating some of their moves. Watch out for that one!
And hopefully Tasmania will turn on more of its magnificent spring weather, so you can stay and eat fish and chips on the beach. The local store does great take-away and it’s always good value. With any luck, during the evening you might just see one of the cruise ships gliding past, leaving from a visit to the port of Hobart.
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