Apollo Bay beaches
The hills around Apollo Bay have mostly been cleared, giving the town an Irish look (or at least a Tasmanian look) of green mountains rolling down into the sea, framing the town’s arc of sandy beach. The beach is reasonably protected, especially at the southern end, and is popular with families in summer. The foreshore is a large, grassy area with plenty of barbecues and picnic tables. A short stroll along the beach leads to the fishing harbour with its colourful stacks of floats and craypots.