Explore the most popular hiking trails in Tasmania with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
16 hours ago

Very poorly marked. Done the Split Rock Track and was very keen to continue on to the falls. Didn't realize we had to go back and follow a different trail to do so. Followed the red arrows for 2 hours and ended up in a massive expanse of rock with a random red arrow pointing ahead and no other ones to follow. Turned around and came back too exhausted to continue to the falls where we should have turned. Hard and challenging hike and even though we never got to our destination we would definitely come back and try again. Do recommend reading your map well beforehand

Wonderful trek with beautiful views. Trek very well maintained. Light traffic when we walked.

Incredible hike! Great challenge and worth every bit

not for the faint hearted. but worth every step/scramble up the side of the mountain.

on South Cape Track

hiking
4 days ago

An easy but long walk. Beautiful views and lovely wildflowers in December.

hiking
6 days ago

easy traileri, not much of a fall

The rocks are relatively slick and not super grippy toward top. Also gets pretty crowded even on weekday around 9:30 am. Bring some bug spray for mozzies at the start.

not for kids.

the elevation map is a bit off close to the blade, there isn't much elevation and in fact is a really easy one-day walk overall. Nice view at the blade!

Great view. Not a ‘casual’ stroll as some found to their detriment. Dress for sweating as the stair climb is a workout even for the fittest people.

Husband says best coastline views he’s ever seen. A really beautiful walk. I’d suggest long pants or gaiters for walking through the low scrub.

hiking
11 days ago

epic ride man

definitely the most beautiful track!

on Meander Falls

walking
11 days ago

Challenging walk. but well worth it.

A nice track to walk...can be steep steps in sections..take plenty of water on hot days. Amazing view when at the lookout.

Wish we could capture the clean air here!
The fern rainforest was breathtaking before you emerge to take in the impressive 90m falls.
Well beaten track and some lovely log benches along the way for rest stops. Family friendly.

We did the 45 minute walk to the summit of Mt William from the car park with kids aged 4, 6 and 8. Incredible 360 degree view over stunning scenery. A steady climb except for final 500 metres with a mini rock scramble to the end which was fun!

12 days ago

Beautiful. Good swim spot but cold. Worth it

although it's a 25 km walk but definitely can do within a day, started at 7:30 and finished at around 15:30. Highly recommended going clockwise direction. The track between Dixon's kingdom camping area and Adelaide lake isn't immediately obvious as overgrown bushes, we in fact wasted some time there looking for the path and views aren't as impressive as the starting bit, still a great track and I highly recommend it!

Family friendly, nice and flat with best waterfall in tas.

Nice coastal walk. Trek well maintained and an easy walk with no steep inclines. A few areas not sign posted.

Loved this walk. Great views

beautiful scenery with lots of options for hiking

14 days ago

Suggest doing this walk clockwise - allows you to enjoy short rests to take in the great views while climbing up along the coast, then enjoy the downhill through the inland section of the trail.
Wear good shoes as is quite steep and slippery along the cliff edge.

Awesome circuit walk to celebrate the New Year!
We started early to avoid the heat/crowds and walked clockwise. There are lots of steps down to Wineglass Bay beach from the lookout, so walking the other way would be more difficult.
Take plenty of water - the 1L per person recommendation at the trailhead would be insufficient for most people, particularly later in the day.
Also keep a lookout for snakes. We came across 3 within 1 hour and were warned of another by hikers coming the other way. So tread carefully and wear enclosed shoes.

Breath taking views, and ever-changing environments. I GPS tracked the entire walk which was actually 50km total.

A good solid walk.
My Master 8 manages fine.
But wear proper boots on the Zig-Zag track and be prepared for steep inclines which are slippy when wet.

Crescent Bay is 1 of the most beautiful beaches in Tasmania. The sand dunes are HUUUUGE (take a bodyboard for some serious fun)
I wouldn’t recommend swimming at this beach as it’s unpatrolled & has some very strong currents with some steep drop offs.
Great fishing!!
The walk to Mt Brown is fairly easy, & you’re rewarded with some of the most stunning views of the Tasman Peninsula :)
If you have a spare hour, make your way along to the Maingon blowhole. But be careful as it’s not fenced & theres no warning it’s coming up but you can hear the roar of it 100mtrs away :) Keep a close eye on your little ones :)
Most of all.... enjoy :)

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