Goblin Forest Walk Trail Hiking Australia
  • Length: 400m

  • Duration: 20mins

  • Grade: 1

  • Style: Circuit

  • Start: Stockyard Carpark

  • End: Stockyard Carpark

  • Closest Town: Weldborough

  • Location: Blue Tier State Forest

  • Distance from state capital: 283km

  • State: TAS

  • Latitude: -41.199368

  • Longitude: 148.004626


Goblin Forest Walk is a 400m, grade 1 Circuit hike located in Blue Tier State Forest Tasmania. The hike should take approximately 20mins to complete.


A short loop from Poimena car park takes visitors through rain forest regenerating after the ravages of tin mining. Goblin walk is the shortest and easiest of a series of tracks on Blue Tier for walkers and mountain bike riders. They offer a variety of experience, duration and level of challenge.


The East Coast and Flinders Island

Getting there

Turn on to the Anchor Road off the Tasman Highway (A3), 20 kms south of Weldborough and drive towards Lottah and then Poimena. You can also approach it from St Helens via the Lottah Road off the Tasman Highway.


Toilet, picnic and barbecue facilities and shelter.

Easy wheelchair friendly.

Weather may change quickly, suitable clothing essential.

Dogs on a leash welcome. Bikes must keep to formed tracks.


Total distance: 381 m
Max elevation: 750 m
Min elevation: 746 m
Total climbing: 4 m
Total descent: -4 m
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For more information about this hiking trail please visit Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania