A record number of hardy souls have bared it all for the annual mid-winter nude swim in Hobart's chilly River Derwent, marking the winter solstice. Almost two thousand people have stripped off for a record-breaking midwinter dip in Hobart to mark the shortest day of the year. First-timer Joy Walter, from St Helens on Tasmania's east coast, was one of the hardy souls who took the chilly solstice plunge in the River Derwent on Saturday morning. In preparation, Ms Walter did a pretend solstice swim with her late husband several years ago but was determined to do the real thing. An orange flare was fired at 7. Some took a political message into the river, with 'Keep Tassie Wild' and 'No Cable Car' - referencing the proposed development up Hobart's lofty Mt Wellington - written on peoples' backs in red paint.
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