|We are passionate Tasmanians who love to go bushwalking in our beautiful island state and provide this resource to assist both Tasmanian locals and visitors alike in discovering the amazing range of walks in this state. People travel from the world over to experience bushwalking in Tasmania and to discover some of the world’s most stunning natural scenery and amazing national parks. In Tassie, it is possible to walk in the Tasmanian wilderness for weeks and be lucky to see a sealed road or another walker. Alternatively, you can simply do a 1-hour walk from any number of easily accessible locations and also experience Tassie’s natural beauty, including doing several walks close to Hobart, such as the Organ Pipes Track which gives walkers amazing views over the city of Hobart. Short walks Cradle Mountain.|
Tasmania is famous for its 60 Great Short Walks. These walks provide options to explore Tassie’s alpine regions, waterfalls, forests, mountains, beaches, islands, tall ancient forests, glacial lakes and a wide range of great waterfalls. If you only have a short stay in Tassie, we recommend you check out one of the 60 Great Short Walks Tasmania.