Cygnets in Cygnet

Cygnet is a pretty little town south-west of Hobart (map). It’s on a sheltered bay so it’s a yachting town as well as a farming town. It welcomes tourists, of course, and I know it as the home of a very good post-Christmas folk festival (still going ahead this summer although in a much reduced format).

wire sculpture
Wire sculpture in the courtyard of one of Cygnet’s cafes

We spent a few hours there, wandering around the town, visiting an exceptional Community Garden and looking at the water birds on Burtons Reserve and the wetlands – including, as my title implies, cygnets swimming with their parents.

swans and cygnets
Swans and cygnets, Burtons Reserve

Introduction and index to Tasmanian blog posts 2020-21.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.