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.

Granite Beach Falls Hike (40km)

Lake St Clair Walk (4.7km)

Ralphs Falls Walk (2.5km)

Zeehan to Strahan Road Hike (51km)

Boronia Beach Track (2.0km)

Walls of Jerusalem: Mount Jerusalem Hike (28km)

Gentle Annie Falls Circuit Walk (1.3km)

Montana Falls Walk (3km)

Kermandie Falls Walk (5.6km)

Rocherlea Rail Trail Walk (4km)

Kaoota Tramway Track (20km)

Mount Direction Track (3.9km)

Apsley River Waterhole & Gorge Walk (5.6km)

Zig Zag Track (1.9km)

Grail Falls Hike (8.5km)

Arve Falls Walk (1km)

Hobart to the Pinnacle Hike (14.2km)

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