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Just south of Arthur River, on the north-west coast of Tasmania is Gardiners Point, which is referred to as the “Edge of the World”. There is a top boardwalk and lookout, with spectacular views of the Southern Ocean where the coastline is battered by the “Roaring Fourties” winds, that have blown trees from the nearby Tarkine Forest to shore. 163 more words
It is claimed that in the Peerapper Aboriginal language ‘marrawah’ was the name for a eucalypt, a gum tree.
We arrived, from along the Bass Highway, at a T junction with the Comeback Road/Arthur River Road continuum, and turned right towards the tiny settlement of Marrawah – barely considering the road to the left should take us to Arthur River in a few days time. 165 more words