Granville Harbour


Four mile beach

Originally a soldier settlement after World War 1, Granville Harbour is now a small fishing and holiday community. It is a popular fishing destination for locals and a holiday destination for miners from both Queenstown and Zeehan. Archaeological research has been conducted on aboriginal middens on the coast between the Trial and Granville area.

Similar in most respects is the nearby beach and fishing area of Trial Harbour, howver there are no shops or facilities. Activities include swimming, camping, fishing, sea, bush walking, 4WD or all terrain vehicle area.

Where Is it?: Granville Harbour is located 17.48 km northwest of Trial Harbour, 26.16 km west of Zeehan and 89.31 km south of Arthur River. Granville Harbour is 30kms from Zeehan along a sealed road which then turns onto a gravel road for a further 8kms.

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Climies Track


Climies Track, which is used by four-wheel-drive vehicles, bikes and bushwalkers, showcases the unique landscapes of the southern Tarkine region, taking users through majestic rainforest, past spectacular waterfalls, under towering cliffs and across buttongrass plains. Climies Track links Trial Harbour and Granville Harbour. Distance: 25 km.

Climes track starts at Granville Harbour and traverses the cliff tops of the coast before finishing at Trial Harbour. The track can be challenging in places with large rocks, side inclines and lots of eroded gullies to negotiate. Travelling by 4WD, the journey takes about 3 hours (more or less depending on how long you stop at lookouts, and how many times you stop for photos, etc).









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