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.

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The Overland Track is a stunning piece right in the Tassie Wilderness. The fitter you are the better as when I did it I was not fit at all. So I had to double the time between huts. it's stunningly majestic but tough going in parts and mainly up hill. This walk is one of the hardest things I have ever done and survived. Walking through river beds and tree roots from Alpine forests, button grass marsh, rain forest to eucalypt forest. Preparation is key, personal locator beacons a must. Arduous at times and totally challenging, we did it 6 days, but give yourself more time, maybe 8-10 days to really enjoy the beauty

Great hike 5 minutes drive from the city. Fantastic lookouts. Some stairs but nothing too strenuous. Took the kids (8 and 11) and they did it easily. Took us an hr from the first Basin to Duck Reach and return.

Great track, lots of stairs on the Zig Zag. Lovely look outs to stop and check out. We saw Peacocks and Kangaroos. The flat walk on the other side of the gorge was easy and a great way to walk off all those stairs! Took the kids, they loved it.

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1 day ago

Awesome trail. Make sure to have proper footwear as it is very muddy and washed out. Beautiful views.

Plenty of beautiful fungi and lichen, stunning large trees. Beware of leeches getting a free feed on your ankles. Wet underfoot. Loved it.

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2 days ago

Great trail, was very overgrown and wet in places with very big puddles. The coastal track isn’t overly well marked and requires a lot of scrambling. Would recommend long pants or gators as track is very overgrown in parts.

Loved it dry weather good to test endurance

its great walk and the waterfall was just breath taking

this is the most amazing place I've been to . at the beginning wen I went with my sister it was really hard hiking up it but now it's easy for myself n my sister it's one of my favorite hiking spots , has the most amazing veiw. we love this place btw it's a great place to think.

Look, that first part of the track is not for walkers, we didn’t realise until on the way back near the car we saw the sign! Which was covered by the bush a bit, we almost ended up with a biker on our back! So I would suggest Alltrails change the track path, once we got on the track which is both for bikes and hikers we were safe and it was beautiful

9 days ago

A beautiful walk, not particularly long, tough in the middle third if coming from Myrtle Forest, easier from the Fire Trail up to the top of the Cap. The vegetation is highly diverse - from dense, lush rainforest to sub-alpine shrubland. A section was burnt in 2013 but the regrowth is dense and beautiful. Worth taking a little 200m diversion towards Collins Bonnet along the Fire Trail to a lovely small water hole. Views are stunning - gives you a huge sweep of southern Tasmania. Highly recommended.

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10 days ago

Great walk, stunning view from the top of Cathedral Rock. Slippery rock

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28 days ago

just amazing! one of the best place and view in the planet!! we end up finish the track and some more, after 21 days. weather can change in minutes even in summer and rain for days. be careful!! do not take it easy with this track!

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