Explore the most popular Parks 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.

8 days ago

Beautiful! It was a rainy day when I went, but did not effect the views at all.

it was a good trail, though I'd recommend continuing along the coastal trail up to Clemes Peak. the rainforest and view from the top were fantastic.

Amazing. Must do

1 month ago

Beautiful walk even in the rain. Lots of varying weather!

Beautiful easy family friendly trail.

Absolutely incredible place but wouldn't recommend for the average walker as it is quite steep most of the way up and on the approach to the summit can be quite dangerous. The on the other side of the ridge line is a 300m cliff so please be careful. At times sections of the track can be very easy to lose so pay attention to where you come and go. Other than that some of the most stunnung views of the overland track.

Great walk! The track was easy to follow! Only started the recording once I reached five lake however we walked from Ronny creek around five lake and back it was beautiful even though it was wet, rainy and cold ! Still some snow around too!!

Make sure to pick a cloud free day. Fantastic views from the summit.
I did it with 74 year old.
Fantastic views, well worth the effort.
A couple of spots you need to watch where the track goes..

3 months ago

Start in mossy temperate rainforest. Muddy gradual climb to alpine zone. Pay attention, trail marking is limited.

Spectacular views over the Furneaux Islands. Can be cloudy on top. Worth the effort. Moderate difficulty if you have some fitness level.

4 months ago

Great views and best short hike in the park

One of the best short hiking trails in Tassie and certainly one of the most popular! Really beautiful views from above, but if you want to make a day out of it be sure to pack some snacks and venture down to the beach itself - you'll often find you have it all to yourself!

4 months ago

The 4 day (3 night) walk is a great way to see the rugged coastline of Tasmania and take in some of the most stunning views in the South of the island. The huts are wonderfully maintained and above average for trail accommodation!

Great walk. The lookout was great on a Winter's day. Overcast in the morning but still amazing.
I did the loop and went back to the lookout in the afternoon and it was clear!

One of my favourite walks so beautiful when it is snowing really like a winter wonderland

Beautiful view

The first day is hard you are constantly hiking up hill with a pack and doesn’t seem to end would not do it again would rather the overland track any day

Awesome track... did this last year October.. loved it.. Hazards beach is a great place for a swim

Mostly boardwalk trail through rainforest around Dove Lake with good views of Cradle Mountain

Was a great hike - some of the trail is a little overgrown in places, mostly around Lake Ball, but all up was a great couple days

7 months ago

(Done as a 4 day walk with hut accommodation) Beautiful scenery. Walk was designed as an introduction to multiday hiking, and for families so might be a bit "cushy" for the seasoned hiker who likes to rough it.
The distances each day aren't long, so walk slowly and enjoy the landscape.
Rangers are excellent, facilities great.

You can do the walk without staying at the huts.

7 months ago

Fantastic 7 mile loop. We recommend starting with the lookout and getting the elevation and crowds over with first. It was crowded up at the top, but we saw almost no one on the backside and enjoyed the minimal elevation and changing landscape.

Hiked in April and the weather was mild with a few very brief showers. Took us a little over three hours at a moderate pace with few stops. A lot of wallabies and beautiful views.

Track is well maintained. Beautiful views. Moderate difficulty due to the climbs.

8 months ago

The views on this hike are spectacular, the overnight huts have well equipped kitchens and the beds are extremely comfortable.
The rangers at the huts are a wealth of knowledge and their daily briefs are very informative.
Each day has something amazing to offer, views, wildlife and the tracks are very well maintained.
Best 4 days of my life, absolutely loved it.


8 months ago

A plesant walk with low traffic in June. Worth a visit.

Great views of the Freycinet Peninsula. Wineglass Bay Lookout has a nice view. Once you get up and over the lookout (~1.5mi), trail is pretty flat the rest of the way.

8 months ago

This walk is much harder than it sounds on paper. It is very rocky for almost the whole walk and some steep rocky climbs. It is also poorly marked and very often you need to retrace your steps to find the correct way. Having said that you do get spectacular views of the surrounding escarpments and the falls themselves are very impressive.

Quite a hard hike but very beautiful and the view is worth it!

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