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A Comprehensive Guide to Bushwalking Tasmania
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Directory Bushwalks In Tasmania

Tasmania has literally hundreds of managed bushwalks and bushwalking tracks through a variety of landscapes from magnificent coastal reserves, to untouched wilderness areas in Tasmanian forests. Any the beauty of bsuhwalking in Tasmania is that it is a compact island where within a short drive from major regional centres such as Hobart, Launceston or Devonport you can be walking in a worlds seemingly a million miles away within a short drive. In these World Heritage wilderness areas, dramatic coastlines, distant mountain ranges or pure alpine lakes you will find a wide range of walks from very short ranging to multi-day adventures.
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bushwalk tasmaniaPort Davey is a multi-day wilderness bushwalk in Tassie's Southwest. It follows the historic track to Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour, which must be crossed by dinghy before continuing south.

Points to Note

  • When bushwalking in Tasmania, be prepared for any weather conditions
  • Weather can change very quickly; even if you are only going on a short walk
  • Make sure someone knows where you are walking and when you expect to return
  • Always register you walk at the designated location in National Parks
  • Carrythe right equipment, for the walk you are doing
  • Camping in Tasmania is very popular; click for details

    Tasmania has a similar climate to southern Australia, with warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. However, the weather in Tasmania is more variable and changeable, with some areas (eg Hobart) receiving considerably less rainfall than others with Hobart being Australia's second driest capital city behind Adelaide.

    Most rainfall in Tasmania falls on the West Coast of the State; snow above 1,000m in July and August is common. It rarely snows in the major population areas of Tasmania.

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    The information provided on this site is intended to be used as a guide only, and is not intended to be an authoratative source of information. Always be well prepared when bushwalking in Tasmania