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.

Cape Tourville

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The Cape Tourville walk in the Freycinet National Park is rated as very easy, and therefore suitable to all levels of fitness and all ages.

Castle Rock

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Beach walks are a favourite relaxation for many, and the Flinders Island walk along the beach at Marshall Bay to Castle Rock is a must-do.

Fossil Cliffs

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The Fossil Cliffs walk on Maria Island, site of the former penal settlement of Darlington, is an easy circuit walk of 3.7km (1.5-2hr return)

Apsley River Waterhole and Gorge

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The Apsley River Waterhole and Gorge walk is graded at Level 3, so some bush-walking experience and a good level of fitness are recommended.

Calcified Forest (King Is.)

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King Island has another claim to fame, beyond its 57 shipwrecks, and the Southern Hemispheres tallest lighthouse (48m) at Cape Wickham.

Fern Glade

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Fern Glade on the outskirts of Burnie, is a wonderful, relaxing reserve featuring a short walk suitable for people of all ages.

St Columba Falls

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St Columba Falls at 90m high, the St Columba Falls are perhaps incorrectly regarded as the highest falls in Australia.

Trousers Point

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Trousers Point features amazing rust/red boulders and crystal clear waters, it is beautiful, pristine and definitely most unusual.

Alum Cliffs

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Alum Cliffs walk is rated at Level 2 and is suitable for most levels of fitness. It is generally a dry track and has quite a gentle uphill.

Evercreech

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These majestic trees are the tallest of their type in Australia and if you are touring Tasmania, they are well worth a visit.

Labillardiere Peninsula Walk

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Located on one of the more remote corners of Bruny Island, this 5-hour circuit track is located within the South Bruny National Park.

Waterfall Bay

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Tasman National Park and provides fabulous viewing points that showcase dramatic cliffs which plummet into the sea to meet the swirling ocean

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