In the early nineteen-hundreds, alonnah jetty was used by many vessels traversing the d'Entrecasteaux Channel with cargo and passengers. On Thursdays a weekly trip to Hobart took passengers shopping for the day. The pontoon that takes the place of the jetty today is the last surviving section of the Hobart Floating Arch Bridge that was in use to cross the Derwent River from October 1943 to August 1964. This section was towed to Alonnah on 27th June 1972. Today Alonnah has an Art Gallery, pub, general storre, medical centre, post office, history room, pharmacy and police station.

Alonnah

Beachcomber at Alonnah

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Alonnah

Mays Creek Cottage on Sunsets Bay

2 bedroom Waterfront property with great views and a cosy wood heater Standard tariff $210 twin share $185 a double per night extra people $30 each per night Phone 0434646110

From $185 per night 2 night min stay


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