Triabunna

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Triabunna, Tasmania

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Triabunna and the Head of Spring Bay
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42°30.977′S, 147°54.499′E
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Triabunna is the largest town on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia and although it has limited facilities for yachtsmen it is a useful start/end point for crossing the Bass Strait and as a stop on passages to and from Hobart.

Charts

Australian Hydrographic Service
AUS175 Australia - Tasmania - Spring Bay Including Triabunna

Electronic charts: The C-MAP chart has insufficient detail, the Navionics chart is out of date not showing the new marina but is otherwise correct showing the entry beacons, etc.

Weather

Australian Bureau of Meteorology Lower East Coast (Tasmania) forecast.

Passages

See Bass Strait.

Islands

Communication

There are no radio nets specific to Triabunna.

Also see World Cruiser's Nets

Navigation

The entrance channel is well marked and sheltered but quite shallow. Attempt this with a reasonable tide only.

Entrance

Triabunna is not a port of entry.

Berthing

There is space to tie up on the main dock in town. Be prepared to make way for fishing boats.

Marinas & Yacht Clubs

There appears to be a new marina on the river opposite town, but I am unfamiliar with it.

Anchorages

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Yacht Repairs and Services

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Marine Stores

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Repairs/Yards

Fuel, Water, & Electricity

Fuel
There is a fuel station in the town, fuel may be carried by jerry can.
Water
Water is available at the wharf.
Electricity
There is no electricity available at the wharf but there may be some at the new marina.

Things to do Ashore

Tourism

List places of interest, tours, etc.

Grocery & Supply Stores

There is an IGA supermarket and several grocery stores as well as the usual range of small town provisions (pharmacy, etc), in town.

Eateries

The Spring Bay Hotel on the waterfront near the dock does excellent steaks and are welcoming to visiting sailors.

Internet/WiFi

Available?

Laundry

None.

Motorbike & Car Rentals

None.

Garbage Disposal

Garbage bins are located at the dock.

Transportation

There is a ferry service to Maria Island. The nearest airport with major connections would be Hobart.

Friends

Contact details of "Cruiser's Friends" that can be contacted for local information or assistance.

Forums

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Links

References

Books, Guides, etc. Use the Reference template or not at your discretion. For example:

{{Reference|Rod Heikel|Greek Waters Pilot|Imray Laurie and Wilson, Cambridgeshire|9780852889718}}, expands to
Rod Heikell, Greek Waters Pilot Imray, Laurie and Wilson, Cambridgeshire, ISBN 9780852889718
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Comments

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  • Delatbabel - I stopped here on several return Sydney/Hobart race legs. It is a popular port for the smaller boats to visit but the entry channel has insufficient depth for the maxi yachts.

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