Stunning beach walk to tessellated pavement at Blighs Rocks at low tide.

This walk starts at the signposted Neck Camping Ground. Best done at half tide or less, simply walk down to the beach, turn right and continue until the tessellated pavement of Blighs Rocks are seen. These rocks form a pavement reminiscent of a Roman mosaic. Retrace your steps and if you feeling so inclined, walk for kilometres further up the beach and watch the blurred legs of tiny hooded plovers as they race up and down the beach!

How to get there: Travel time from Sealink Bruny Island Ferry, Roberts Point – 23 min (26.5km)

Once disembarking Sealink Bruny Island Ferry, head south on Lennon Road, merging into Bruny Island Main Road, for 26.5km until you reach The Neck Campground sign. Take a left and park in the campground carpark. Start your walk here.

Long sections of road on Bruny Island are unsealed, but are suitable for 2WD vehicles and bicycles.