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Archives: Parks & Recreation

Image shows people walking on a rocky terain beside the ocean at the base of a cliff, hills of Devonport in the background

Don Heads

Don Heads is a coastal headland, a natural geological feature offering local history, walks, and a chance to enjoy nature on tasmania’s beautiful north-west coast.

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Rannoch Estate Reserve

Nature reserve. Access locations: Loane Avenue, Sycamore Place, Leatherwood Place, Casuarina Court, John Street, Banksia Court and Canning Drive. In 1854 Robert Stewart senior began

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Kiah Place Playground

Kiah Place Playground was first developed in the 1970’s after resident Helen Nibbs started a petition to beautify the Place in 1971.  The playground was

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Reg Hope Park

Reg Hope Park is located on the east side of the Mersey River. Home to the Tall Ship – fishing ketch experience The Julie Burgess

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Devonport Cenotaph

The Devonport Cenotaph is located on the eastern bank of the Mersey River beside the walking track. Occasionally locals can be found in the area

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The Tasmanian Arboretum

Located just 10 kilometres south of Devonport the Arboretum is home to the worlds largest collection of Tasmanian living woody plants, Southern Hemisphere Conifers and

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East Devonport Beach

Accessed via Melrose Street, this beach proves popular for the residents of East Devonport. Nearby facilities include public toilets, shower, sealed walking and cycling track,

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Back Beach

Located to the west of Bluff Beach and accessed via Coles Beach Road. Designated dog exercise area. There is a bin containing dog waste bags

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Coles Beach

Coles Beach popular spot for locals. Nearby facilities include public toilets, sealed walking and cycling track, electric barbecue, picnic shelters, car park and an outdoor

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