Wee Georgie Wood and the Tullah Tramway Trail
  • Length: 1.5km

  • Duration: 30 mins

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: One Way

  • Start: Lake Rosebery

  • End: Lake Rosebery

  • Closest Town: Lake Rosebery

  • Location: West Coast Tasmania

  • Distance from state capital: 310km

  • State: TAS

  • Latitude: -41.71837924

  • Longitude: 145.5533075

Trail Access

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Bitumen Road

Gravel Road

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Steep Road

Winding Road

Vehicle Ford

Speed Bumps

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Entry Fee

Ample Parking

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Wheelchair Toilet

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Camping Available

Drinking Water

Picnic Shelter

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BBQ Facilities

Fire Pit

Trail Features

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Sandy Trail

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Prams and Strollers

Bike Friendly

Overnight Campsites

River Crossings

Rock Scrambling

Bush Bashing

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Drinking Water

Fishing Spots

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Dog Friendly

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Wee Georgie Wood and the Tullah Tramway Trail is a 1.5km, grade 3 One Way hike located in West Coast Tasmania Tasmania. The hike should take approximately 30 mins to complete.


Until the construction of the Murchison Highway in 1962, there were no roads to Tullah. The town’s only connection with the outside world was the Tullah Tramway. Lake Rosebery now covers much of the old tramway formation but a short section can be walked on the northern side of the lake starting at the Lake Rosebery Water Ski Club on Pieman Road.

For more information on this trail see the book Rail Trails of Tasmania.


Lake Rosebery in West Coast Tasmania

Tullah, 100km from Burnie, 310km from Hobart

Compacted earth


For more information and a location map please visit RailTrails Australia.