Located outside Hobart in Tasmania’s South East, Ralph’s Bay offers stunning sunsets and a plethora of bird-spotting opportunities. The area is part of the South Arm Important Bird Area, due to its significance to the conservation of several endangered species, including Pied Oystercatchers and Spotted Handfish.
For those staying in the area, The Boatshed offers views across the Bay to Mount Wellington and Hobart.
Tucked away in the Ralphs Bay area, you’ll find a peaceful boating and fishing town called Lauderdale. This area, just 12km outside Hobart, is home to some seriously spectacular beaches which make it a perfect destination if relaxation is on your agenda! It’s hard to imagine a better way to close out the day, than a calming sunset stroll along the shoreline. This photo by Kathryn Leahy beautifully captures the colourful pebbles strewn across the water’s edge with the perfect pastel reflections of dusk gleaming across Ralphs Bay.