This is a short one, with just a couple of photos. I dragged Doug away from his desk again and we drove to Marion Beach, a little community on the coast east of Copping and walked from Marion Spit up to the end of Eagle Beach, about 20 kilometers. This is a beach walk that is hard to beat. The beach is flat and easy walking even at high tide, and, as the only access is at the south end, the further north you walk, and you don't have to go far, the less people you'll see.
It is a beautiful stretch of the Tasmanian coast with views out to Maria Island and south to the Forestier Peninsula. You can walk all the way through to Rheban, on a somewhat overgrown track, but that would involve more of a car shuttle than we were interested in.