We’ve caught the catamaran from Hobart to Woodbridge in the past. That day, we had a close-up look at the Tinderbox Marine Reserve, but this time we went by road. We had a selection of hot beverages in Peppermint Bay’s excellent restaurant, and all choices were superb… to match the views.
This place we’ve dubbed the “Tinderbox Lookout” but the site possibly has an official title that we are so-far unaware of. It is definitely the place to admire views from southern Hobart to Bruny Island. There’s also some historical features AND you can play a spot of tennis, if you’re keen!
The tennis court marks the entrance to the lookout on Tinderbox Road. We turned onto the gravel section of road from the Villa Howden end and followed our nose past Hidden Cove Day Spa to Blackmans Bay.
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