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.

Western Arthur Range Traverse Hike (77km)

Eastern Arthur Range Traverse Hike (65km)

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)

Strzelecki Peaks Flinders Island Hike (6.2km)

Nieka Pipeline Track (6km)

Evercreech Walk (1km)

Mavista Falls Walk (3km)

Peter Murrell Reserves & Coffee Creek Track (7.8km)

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