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Port Robinson Walkway

Beginning at the Gore Bay end, the walkway runs along a coastal strip, passing through spectacular scenery of striking rock formations and forested scenic reserves, which are close to the eastern and southern limits of a number of plant species and have strong populations of native birds. The headland, about mid-point, provides views both north and south. Near the southern end good views are gained of the river mouth and lagoon, a haven for fishing. The track can be walked from either end.

On the rocks below Point Gibson fragments of wreckage may sometimes be seen. These are remains of the M.V. Paroto, which ran on the rocks in thick fog in 1966.

Once a prospering port, Port Robinson is now just a wreck. The old wharf may still be seen, but it is rather dangerous.

Port Robinson Walkway

Beginning of Port Robinson Walkway in Gore Bay