Bicentennial Track
  • Length: 1.5km

  • Duration: 40mins

  • Grade: 2

  • Style:

  • Start: TBA

  • End: TBA

  • Location: Derwent Valley

  • Closest Town: New Norfolk

  • Distance from CBD:

  • State: TAS

  • Latitude: -42.782728

  • Longitude: 147.067629

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Hike Summary

A gentle meandering track that follows the Lachlan River connecting with Tynwald Park or The Esplanade.

About the region

Just a short drive from Hobart, the Derwent Valley stretches from Granton to Mount Field, Lake St. Clair to Lake Pedder. The beautiful Derwent Valley is Tasmania’s must-stay experience. The locals know that the Derwent Valley is Tasmania’s best kept secret. Perfectly, sublimely beautiful. Pristine. Vast, with warm pockets of civilisation. Since it earliest history, the Derwent Valley has always been a favourite destination for Tasmanians, first for the indigenous peoples and later for the European settlers, and so on until the present day.

Getting there

The track starts at the Humphrey Street Bridge in New Norfolk and proceeds along the Lachlan Rivulet to Tynwald Park at which point there is the option of crossing into the Turriff Lodge Wetlands to connect with the Derwent Cliffs Walk; or alternatively continuing on the original path which terminates at the Lyell Highway via Millbrook Rise.

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Total distance: 1660 m
Max elevation: 0 m
Min elevation: 0 m
Total climbing: 0 m
Total descent: 0 m
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For more information on this trail, visit Greater Hobart Trails

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