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It has to be one of the most prettiest little beaches I've seen. It sits in a type of cove, not a huge beach and you could quite easily walk from end to end. One significant feature I saw was the playground (swings etc) actually...More
I am at work and walked to a relatively new cafe at Kingston Beach. Just wanting a coffee I was nearly tempted by the accompanying treats on offer. I resisted today but next time lunch is on the plan!
The view to the beach is...More
This a lovely beach close to Hobart, and one that travelers don't always find out about and get to enjoy. The beach is clean and sheltered as normally has gentle waves making it ideal for families.
An easy drive from Kingston or even Hobart, with...More
The Kingston Beach area has a great "feel" to it. The beach itself is clean and sheltered, with no large waves, making it kid friendly. There are toilet/shower facilities and a good selection of cafes and take away food outlets across the road, as well...More
We decided to walk the whole length of the Kingston Beach. The ocean was calmer and we enjoyed the heat, the sand and the ocean.
Eventually, we ended at a place where the ocean hits the river. That was so cool!
The whole time we...More
A well constructed pathway runs the full length of Kingston Beach from the Sailing Club at the southern end to the bridge over Browns River mouth. Whether you choose to walk on the sand or on the pathway, there are places to sit, to relax...More
We walk the dog around the block regularly & then over the bridge to the dog beach. There are public loos (albeit old), some great food eateries, grassed areas with swings for little ones & tables for family gatherings over fish & chips!