There are few places in Australia and on earth where you can experience such amazing bushwalks, be they short walks suitable for the whole family through to iconic multi-day walks such as the Overland Track, South-coast Track and Three Capes Walk. At Day Walks Tasmania we aim to provide you with a very easy to use resource to enable you to plan your next bushwalk in Tassie. Whether you plan to walk through magnificent Lake St Clair, Cradle Mountain, the Freycinet National Park or South East Coast of Tasmania, we have many walks for you to choose from.
Click on a listing below to find out more about the bushwalk, or use our convenient search bar to find a specific walk in a region, town or location in Tasmania.
Read our bushwalking Tasmania blog for more information on bushwalking in Tasmania
The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania (PWS) is committed to providing tracks, facilities, and equipment that are accessible to a broad range of people wishing to experience Tassie’s national parks and reserves. Some of Tasmania’s National Parks and reserves offer a range of different experiences for persons with mobility challenges. These include tracks with […]
UPDATE COVID restrictions have now been relaxed – for the latest information please click here: May 11 2020 Effective from Monday 11 May, residents of Tasmania are able to undertake exercise in Tassie national parks and reserves, including beaches in their local area. Residents can only use parks and reserves that they can walk, run […]
Day Walks Tasmania, directory of day walks in Tassie suitable for all levels of experience across the beautiful island state of Tasmania. Just a reminder, that Tasmanian National Parks are still closed to camping and walking, unless you live within 30-kilometres of the park. Restrictions are being eased, it will be easier to walk in our beautiful reserves and national parks from June 15 – more details to come,