Walk difficulty: Moderate
Length: 3.4km one way
Time: 2-2.5 hours return
Parking: Carpark adjacent to the South Arm war memorial
Dogs: On lead
This is a beautiful coastal walk offering sweeping views of the Derwent estuary which finishes at Pot Beach and provides excellent views of the Iron Pot Lighthouse.
The Blessington Track is narrow and undulating as it follows the coastal reserve to Fort Beach 1.7km away so not suited to unsteady walkers. Continue to walk along Fort Beach to the track at the end that goes onto Cape Deliverance and the Lone Pine Memorial. Pot Beach is on the other side of the cape where there are views to Iron Pot and Bruny Island North.
- A public toilet is located on Jetty Road near the beach
Warning: The Blessington Track has steep sections and drop-offs so is unsuited to unsteady walkers. Cape Deliverance, Lone Pine Memorial and Pot Beach are on Fort Direction so please obey all signage and do not trespass off the track. Dogs must be on a lead at all times. No bicycles.