100 years ago, Launceston's Royal Park was also a beach

By Marion Sargent, Launceston Historical Society
February 27 2024 - 8:53am
Royal Park beach was one of Launcestons picturesque playgrounds in February 1929, just two months before the great floods came raging down the South Esk River.
Royal Park beach was one of Launcestons picturesque playgrounds in February 1929, just two months before the great floods came raging down the South Esk River.

Some people may have fond memories of enjoying time at the Royal Park beach on the banks of the Tamar estuary.

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