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Tasmania's Best Walks

A new guide to 60 fantastic day and shorter walks
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Tasmania is a walker's paradise - the best known hiking destination in Australia. This brand new guide in Australia's bestselling walking guide series introduces sixty walks (plus many suggestions for varying them), ranging from leisurely cliff-top strolls to rainforest-and-waterfall adventures and more rugged tracks deep in the state's famous national parks. Detailed descriptions and clear maps help the reader explore the stunning forests, glacial lakes and dramatic coasts. The book is richly illustrated with over 300 full-colour photographs, dozens of maps, plus keys to birds, wildflowers and even fungi! A summary table of walks indicating distances, elevation gain and highlights is included to help the reader find exactly the right walk for the occasion. This guide covers the entire island state and includes hidden gems as well as the deservedly better known trails
John and Gillian Souter are the authors of various guide books for Woodslane, covering the best walks in NSW’s Shoalhaven, Illawarra, Southern Highlands and Central Coast as well as Australia’s Red Centre. They have also written three books on walking in Europe (Classic Walks of Western Europe, Walking France and Walking Italy) and Gillian has penned Slow Journeys, a useful book on the pleasures and practicalities of distance walking. They complement each other as a guide-writing team: John likes nothing more than to study maps and plan new walks while Gill reins in his more fanciful ideas, road tests walks with him and takes photos along the way
Introduction Hobart & surrounds The Southwest The Southeast The northeast Central Tasmania The West Flora & Fauna
* New title in the bestselling and highly regarded Woodslane Walking Guides. * Local population of 550,000 with high visitor numbers - many of whom are walkers. * The region boasts some of the best parks in Australia and hundreds of kms of scenic coast. Publicity: * Press releases to major metropolitan newspapers. * Publicity in targeted Bushwalking publications. * Posters and flyers available on request.

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