Tasmania is renowned for its magnificent hiking opportunities. The island offers walking experiences for all – from short strolls to challenging wilderness treks. The walks cover a diverse array of environments, from ancient rainforests and empty, white-sand beaches to inspiring overnight walks through Australia’s most mountainous landscapes.

Mount Anne Circuit Hike (35km)

Walls of Jerusalem: Circuit Hike (34km)

Port Davey Track (70km)

Federation Peak Hike (45km)

Penguin Cradle Trail Walk (80km)

Black Bluff & Paddy’s Lake Hike (13km)

Lake Herbert Hike (7.5km)

Mount Farrell Hike (7km)

Lake Sandra Walk (4.5km)

Mount Murchison Summit Hike (7.5km)

Wineglass Bay Hike (7km)

Western Arthurs Traverse A-K Hike (67km)

Nieka Pipeline Track (6km)

Evercreech Walk (1km)

Mavista Falls Walk (3km)

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