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The track begins at the end of Riverside Drive, Bridgewater where there is a popular fishing jetty and parking area. The track follows the foreshore towards Boyer alongside the train track which is on the top side of the track. It's a beautiful foreshore with large areas of salt marsh and bird life. There are great views up and down the river and of Mount Dromedary.
About the region
Bridgewater, which is only 20 km from the centre of Hobart, has become a commuter suburb for the city. It wasn't always this way. In the early nineteenth century it was a vital link on the north-south route from Hobart to Launceston with one of Tasmania's earliest buildings and the remarkable achievement of the causeway which helped to cross the Derwent River.
Park at the end of Riverside Drive, Bridgewater.
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