A boardwalk along the rugged Freycinet coastline and around the Cape Tourville Lighthouse offers spectacular coastal views.
One of the most popular walks on the Freycinet Peninsula, the Wineglass Bay track goes to the Wineglass Bay Lookout before descending to the picturesque Wineglass Bay.
A short and steep walk to the summit of Mount Amos, one of the five peaks that make up The Hazards on the Freycinet Peninsula. A popular sunrise walk, it offers the best views of Wineglass Bay.
Mount Maria (711m) is the highest point on the island, and offers sweeping views up and down the Tasmanian coast from the top. A steep walk up with some scrambling required just before the summit.
The popular day-walk to the top of Bishop and Clerk on Maria Island provides panoramic views from the summit.
An overnight Maria Island bushwalk traversing the length of Maria Island. The 58km, three day walk explores the Painted Cliffs, Haunted Bay and Robeys Farm.
A spectacular circular day walk that combines Shadow and Forgotten Lakes with an ascent of Mt Rufus (1,416m asl) and a side-trip to Little Hugel (1,274m asl). Two mountain peaks, alpine lakes, rainforest and incredible displays of flowering heath.
The hike from Narcissus Hut to Cynthia Bay along Lake St Clair is the last (or first!) section of the Overland Track, and also makes a pleasant day walk. Although it’s a relatively boring walk in its own right – Shadow Lake circuit or Mt Rufus makes for a better day walk.
One of Tasmania’s “60 Great Short Walks”, Liffey Falls is accessed via two walking tracks that end up the picturesque cascades.