Clifton Beach Hobart Australia
Clifton Beach is a popular surfing beach located about 25 km southeast of Hobart. The Clifton Beach Road runs to the western end of the beach, providing access to the growing community and the Clifton Beach Surf Life Saving Club, which was established in 1963. The entire beach is backed by a coastal reserve, which incorporates coastal dunes behind the central and eastern part of the beach. Swimming: Clifton can be a hazardous beach, particularly when waves exceed 1 m and rips are present. Surfing: Clifton picks up any south swell and will always produce a series of beach breaks, which work best up to 2 m.