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Mickeys Beach, Randalls Bay Conservation Area

Mickeys Beach, Randalls Bay Conservation Area

The Trail

Located near Cygnet, this easy 2km return walk between Randalls Bay and Mickeys beach is an enjoyable way to spend an early morning or late afternoon when visiting the area.

Leaving from the west end of Randalls Bay, the trail climbs a small set of stairs before skirting the native eucalypt coastal heath above. 500m into the walk, a short detour leads south to the tip of the coast. From here views of Cray Point in the foreground and Bruny Island in the distance, across D’Entrecasteaux Channel, are achieved.

The trial continues, gently meandering down to Mickeys Beach along a wide sandy track. Mickeys Beach is a pretty and secluded small beach with nice views. The trail returns via the same route.

Getting There


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From Hobart head south along the Southern Outlet (A6) for 10km. Take the right-hand lane at the Kingston Bypass and continue for 2km before taking the 4th exit to Channel Highway (B68) at the roundabout. After 16km turn right onto Nichollas Rivulet Road (C626) and continue for 18km. Once at the Channel Highway turn left and drive for 8km before turning right onto Randalls Bay Road. The Mickeys Beach track begins from the beach carpark 1km away.

Trail Map

Mickeys Beach map

Map for illustrative purposes only. Base map supplied by Land Information System Tasmania

Photos

Randalls Bay Beach

Randalls Bay Beach

Mickeys Beach, Randalls Bay Conservation Area

Mickeys Beach, Randalls Bay Conservation Area

Mickeys Beach Track

Mickeys Beach Track

Randalls Bay Conservation Area

Randalls Bay Conservation Area

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