This is out of the way at the end of Ferry Reach Park. It is just about suitable for a visitor with a stick but the ground is rough in places. At the moment you cannot go into the tower or across the bridge to the doorway. The views across the bay's are wonderful. The breeze is pleasant on a hot day. It is unlikely you will meet anyone here so if you like exploring and the feeing of your own company it is perfect. To get here you will need car or moped or a taxi ride. Not close to the town and not really on the way to anywhere. Locals may walk here with dogs and sometimes people fish off the rocky shore. The bay nearby is sheltered and suitable for swimming and snorkelling but there is no beach - for that you have to go further along to Tobacco Bay. Worth seeing if on extended visit or here for repeat, but not if first visit or you are pushed for time.
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