If you are contemplating spending a few days exploring the Tasmanian East Coast or just a day trip and are wanting to find the right beach, this guide is a must.
It's the perfect companion for anyone who enjoys beaches - those who, at the sight of translucent seawater and surging waves can't resist the urge to jump in for a dip, more serious swimmers who feel the need to strike out across the bay, those looking for somewhere to put the kayak in the water or those who just want to stroll along the water's edge.
Whatever it is that draws you to beaches, this book will compel you to explore this fabulous stretch of coast. The author, Marianne Robertson, a Tasmanian resident for almost 20 years, has spent time on all the beaches in the book and swum at most of them.
Over 220 beaches and water's edge places are described, with photos, information about physical features including water and swimming conditions, facilities, coastal walks as well as the author's comments. Maps and travel directions are also included so all you have to decide is where to go!