A few minutes’ drive south of Swansea, you’ll discover Spiky Bridge, built by convicts in 1843 without any mortar or cement – hence the upright stones and the spiky looking appearance.

On the opposite side of the Tasman Highway, you’ll find the turnoff to Spiky Beach, a delightful little beach known for its rockpools and a perfect spot for some quiet contemplation.

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Wineries south of Swansea

Driving south from Swansea on the East Coast Wine Trail, you’ll reach Mayfield Estate at Little Swanport, shortly followed by Boomer Creek Vineyard

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Beaches in Swansea

Swansea Beach Chalets has direct beach access to beautiful Jubilee Beach, which is lovely and sheltered for walking, swimming, and snorkelling.

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Coles Bay

An enormously popular holiday spot, Coles Bay is the main settlement on the Freycinet Peninsula, situated at the base of the Hazards.

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Spiky Bridge and Spiky Beach

A few minutes’ drive south of Swansea, you’ll discover Spiky Bridge, built by convicts in 1843 without any mortar or cement – hence the upright stones and the spiky looking appearance.