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Fossils Bluff is one Wynyard’s best kept secrets, I spent a lot of time there as a child with my father exploring the caves, finding fossils, fishing, snorkeling and even surfing. The views of Table cape, the landscape surrounding and the adjoining farmland are every...More
Good walk for kids & the fit. Not for the elderly.Magnificent views of Wynyard & the coast.The sea to Burnie and beyond also a great look across Freestone Cove to the Table Cape.So named by Bass & Flinders on their exploration of Van Diemons Land.
Before departing the Fossil Bluff car park I read the information board with information about the fossils and how the area was formed. Quite amazing to think it was 300 million years in the making.The beach and fossil bluff is only a short walk from...More
Such a beautiful view when taking the walk to the cliff top, both of Bass Strait and the township of Wynyard. The walk to the fossils is quiet delightful. Incredible and interesting geological history. Clear information sighted on the beach. Great for families and picnics....More
Nice location good views at Botton along beach. Plenty of parking and tables.
If you want to climb to the look out not the best track slow and steady you will make it.
Good views over Wynyard and surrounding areas.
Worth the hick up.
Fossil Bluff is a beautiful part of lovely Wynyard where, at low tide, you can walk alongside the amazing rock face and see different layers of rocks from ages gone by. At high tide you can relax on the beach and see the fossils and...More
When we arrived here we went first to the lookout. It was perfect to see the Fossil Bluff in its entirety.
At the Fossil Bluff we looked to take pictures. It was amazing! The fossils were mostly on big rocks. They were splendid!
Small seashell fossils aren't all that uncommon, but they are readily visible and accessible here in a layer of the sea cliff at the appropriately named Fossil Bluff. The layer extends upward to about 3 or 4 metres above the sand.
If you happen to...More