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Best Bush, Coast and Village Walks of South East Tasmania

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South-East of Tasmania is one of Australia’s most beautiful regions, and with its stunning scenery and iconic walking tracks it is the perfect place to experience and enjoy on foot. This guide contains a diverse range of walks to explore, including strolls around historic villages, hikes through pristine bushland and rambles along the sparkling, unspoiled beaches. Best Bush, Coast & Village Walks of South-East Tasmania, part of Woodslane’s popular walking guide series, introduces the best walks for visitors and locals alike. There is something here for walkers of all ages and levels of fitness so you’re sure to find the right walk for you, your family and friends.

Best Bush, Coast & Village Walks of South-East Tasmania includes;

·         Summary tables of walk distances, grades, estimated durations and highlights

·         Accurate colour maps showing waypoints and nearby facilities

·         Overview maps and directions to help you find the start of the walk

·         Suggestions for walks suitable for children

·         Information about the region’s history and environment

·         Identification charts for the most commonly seen wildflowers and birds

·         Over 200 colour photographs

Ingrid Roberts is a keen bushwalker and photographer and has explored many wonderful Tasmanian walking tracks during the 50 years she has lived in the state. She has been a member of the Australian Plant Society and a founding member of the Tasmanian Bushland Garden. Through this guide she hopes to inspire the reader to go walking in Tasmania.



  • Regional Map
  • Location Maps
  • Introduction: Access to walks; Walk grades and times; What to take with you; Walking with children; Taking your dog; Looking after the environment; Bushwalking clubs; Safety
  • Walks at a glance
  • Best Bush, Coast and Village Walks of South-East Tasmania:  Freycinet National Park; Maria Island; East Coast; Tasman Peninsula; Midlands Villages; Forest Reserves and other protected areas
  • Far south
  • Plant name gloassary
  • Index
  • Further reading
  • About the author and acknowledgements


  • Part of Australia’s best-selling walking guide series with over 20 titles and nearly 200,000 copies in print
  • Visit Freycinet National Park, Maria Island and the Tasman Peninsula
  • Learn about Tasmanias unique environment
  • Discover the fascinating history of the area
  • Includes colour maps, photos and detailed walk notes

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