With over 2000km’s of walking tracks located throughout Tasmania it is easy to understand why the region is incredibly popular with Australian and international outdoor enthusiasts.

With a range of tracks to suit any level of fitness, time frame and hiking experience, you are guaranteed to find walks and hikes to suit your personal requirements.

Please find below some useful information to help you stay safe when enjoying the outdoor pursuits to be found in Tasmania.

Walking Guide

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Tracks to suit any level of fitness, time frame & hiking experience, guaranteed to find walks and hikes to suit your personal requirements.

Hogarth Falls

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The delightful Hogarth Falls are in People’s Park in the township of Strahan, 36km from Queenstown on the northern shore of Macquarie Harbour

Cradle Mountain Summit

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The Level 3, Cradle Mountain Summit Walk is suitable for well-equipped walkers with good levels of bush walking proficiency and fitness.

Donaghys Hill

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The rugged King William Range breaks the southern horizon and you will have no trouble identifying the very aptly named Frenchman’s Cap.

Dove Lake Circuit

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The circuit around Dove Lake is regarded by many as one of best walks. The circuit itself is graded at Level 2 with just one moderate hill.

Kelly Basin

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The Kelly Basin walk to the remnants of the town of East Pillinger is a walk into the rich and vibrant history of Tasmania.

Lake St Clair

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Lake St Clair is situated just a few kilometers off the Lyell Highway (A10), there is a choice of 3 short walks waiting to be enjoyed.

Montezuma Falls

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To reach the falls, you have an easy 4km walk through beautiful rainforest along the route of the former North East Dundas Tramway.

Shadow Lake Circuit

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Shadow Lake is one of a trio of small lakes to the West of Lake St Clair and accessible from the Lake St Clair car park.

Enchanted Walk

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The magical Enchanted Walk certainly is just that for many people. This is a short circuit and is an easy walk for people of all ages

Mt Rufus

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Mount Rufus, at 1416m, provides the experienced hiker with spectacular, panoramic views over the Western Wilderness area.

Leven Canyon Lookout

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One of the most spectacular and panoramic views to be found in Tasmania, and one that is so easy to access - which so often is not the case.

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