Tasmania is renowned for its magnificent bushwalking 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.
This is the complete guide for those who wish to bushwalk, hike, tramp, tiptoe, trot, traipse, meander, prance, amble, march or mosey through the remarkable national parks and reserves of Tasmania!
Before You Walk
Tasmania's essential bushwalking guide and trip planner
- a guide to all you need to know, all you need to do and all you need to take when planning a walk in Tasmania's wilderness.
These guides to our multiday bushwalks provide the latest details on Tasmania's most famous and popular walking tracks, such as the Overland Track.
Three Capes Track
The Parks and Wildlife Service’s largest and most ambitious track project, the Three Capes Track, will develop Australia’s premier coastal walk, taking in the stunning sea cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula, including Cape Raoul, Cape Pillar and Cape Hauy.
60 Great Short Walks
The 60 Great Short Walks offer the best of Tasmania's walking (hiking) opportunities, ranging from a few minutes to all day.
Bushwalker's Weather Forecast
Before setting out, be sure to check out the Bushwalker's Weather Forecast - it is essential that walkers are well equipped for the weather conditions they may encounter.
Hire of Personal Locator Beacons (EPIRBs)
Personal Locator Beacons are available to hire for recreation use.