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Waubs Bay Beach
This beach was named after Waubadebar (1792-1832), an Aboriginal Tasmanian woman, who became famous for her heroism. She rescued two sealers, one of which was her husband, from a shipwreck. She was a very strong swimmer and died whilst on a boat travelling to Flinder's Island. Her grave sits in the Bicheno Lion's Park.
This beach is often patrolled in the summer time and a great place to swim with your kids as it very protected.
The beach has shower and toilet facilities and change rooms.
There is a boat loading ramp, and a breakwall from which you can fish or jump from.