C741
Yorktown to Bakers Beach
C741


Fingerboard signs at the junction of Kelso Rd (A7) & Asbestos Rd (C741), 7km south of Kelso. Source: Peter Renshaw, April 2007.

Introduced: 1980

Length: 21km

Western Terminus: Bakers Beach Rd (C740) & Browns Creek Rd (C741), 5km south of Bakers Beach.

Eastern Terminus: Kelso Rd (A7) & Asbestos Rd (C741), 7km south of Kelso.

Route taken: Asbestos Rd, Browns Creek Rd

Focal Points: Yorktown Rd, Narawntapu (Asbestos Range) National Park, Bakers Beach

Responsibility: Local Government (Asbestos Rd), Forestry Commission (Browns Creek Rd)

Route C741 is an unsealed east-west route in northern Tasmania, connecting the Tamar Valley with the Franklin River and Narawntapu National Park. The majority of the route is a Forestry Commission road (Browns Creek Road), which passes across the northern end of the Dazzler Range.

Photos of route C741
Kelso Rd (A7) northbound approaching the junction with Asbestos Rd (C741), 7km south of Kelso.
Source: Peter Renshaw, April 2007.
Fingerboard signs at the junction of Kelso Rd (A7) & Asbestos Rd (C741), 7km south of Kelso. Note that the distance for Bakers Beach has been covered over by a Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service.
Source: Peter Renshaw, April 2007
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Looking south at the junction of Kelso Rd (A7) & Asbestos Rd (C741), 7km south of Kelso. Asbestos Rd also leads to the historic Yorktown site.
Source: Peter Renshaw, April 2007.

Last updated 27 May 2007
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