Tasmania is an island state, part of Australia Commonwealth, It is located 240 kilometres south of the Australian continent. The population of the state is 507,626 on an area of 68,4o1 square kilometer/26,410 square miles.
Nudism in Tasmania is not widespread and there have been some large discussions about the rights to get nude in Tasmania during the last 7+ years. However, there are still possibilities to go nude in Tasmania, on the list below you will find nude beaches in Tasmania.
This beautiful spot in Tasmania is located between the eastern boundary of Narawntapu National Park and Kelso Jetty. The naturist location is in the southern end of the beach. You will find the beach north-west of Beauty Point. You only have to walk 270 meters from the car park.
7 Mile beach
Located 15 km east of Hobart which is a 20 min drive. The beach is a popular beach because of the close distance to Hobart.
You need to bring lots of water because there is no water nearby – there tables and lawn area which is great for picnicking.
To get to the naturist area you need to go to the Last day car park east. Then you need to walk approx 1.5 km along the beach until you get to a group of pine trees. You will find most naturists in the dunes.
This unofficial nude beach is located near Davenport.There is an entrance fee because the beach is located in the Asbestos Range National Park. The beach is really long, and even on a busy day, it is quite easy to find a spot to get nude. To get to Bakers Beach turn off the Frankford Highway then it is a 13 km drive into the park.
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