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Stroll an empty beach or climb a craggy peak.

Find your own strip of deserted island, or finish each day in a private wilderness hut with a glass of wine and a comfortable bed.

Tasmania’s trails are everything you want them to be.

Best short walks

Tasmania’s walking reputation is founded on its epic long-distance trails. But here’s a secret - you don’t have to walk far to see some of the state’s most spectacular natural sights.

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A couple rest and look at a map by Lake Dove, Cradle Mountain

Top guided wilderness walks

Long-distance walks don’t have to come with sore shoulders and freeze-dried dinners. Tasmania has Australia’s biggest and best suite of hut-based guided walks, bringing good beds, good food and good wine to each walking day.

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Aerial image with pink skies at Three Capes Track - Tasman Island

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