Tasmania boasts a unique range of bushwalking experiences, from mountainous peaks to stunning pristine beaches. Whatever the walking experience you’re after, chances are you can find it in Tasmania.

This website contains detailed information on a growing number of Tasmania’s best bushwalks. The trails can be sorted by location, walk grade, distance and time via the trails link, or found in on the map provided. The most recently added walks are displayed below. All of the walks listed have been personally walked and photographed.

Tastrails currently has 96 trails listed:

Recent Additions

  • Cathedral Rock

    View towards Mount Wellington from Cathedral Rock

    Cathedral Rock, Wellington Park
    Walk Grade: Medium | Time: 4 Hours
    Distance: 9km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
  • Arve Falls

    Arve Falls

    Arve Falls, Hartz Mountains
    Walk Grade: Very Easy | Time: 20 Minutes
    Distance 1km | Parks Pass Needed

     
  • Smiths Monument

    View from Mount Wellington

    Smiths Monument, Wellington Park
    Walk Grade: Medium | Time: 2 Hours
    Distance: 4km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
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  • New Town Falls

    New Town Falls

    New Town Falls, Wellington Park
    Walk Grade: Easy | Time: 90 Minutes
    Distance: 3km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
  • Junee Cave Track

    Junee Cave Track

    Junee Cave Track, Maydena
    Walk Grade: Easy | Time: 30 Minutes
    Distance: 1km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
  • Duckhole Lake

    Duckhole Lake Track

    Duckhole Lake, Dover
    Walk Grade: Easy | Time: 1 Hour
    Distance: 4km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
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  • Three Thumbs Track

    View of Orford from Three Thumbs Track

    Three Thumbs Track, Orford
    Walk Grade: Medium | Time: 2 Hours
    Distance: 4km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
  • Waterworks Reserve Circuit

    Waterworks Reserve Circuit

    Waterworks Reserve, Hobart
    Walk Grade: Very Easy | Time: 45 Minutes
    Distance 2.5km | Parks Pass Not Needed

     
  • Cape Hauy

    Cape Hauy, Tasman National Park

    Cape Hauy, Tasman Peninsula.
    Walk Grade: Medium | Time: 4 Hours
    Distance: 8km | Parks Pass Needed

     
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