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Bushwalks on the Tasman Peninsula

There are 35 walks in and around the recently proclaimed Tasman National Park. The Park comprises most of the eastern coastline of the Tasman and Forestier Peninsulas as well as a substantial area in the southwest of the Tasman Peninsula. Walks vary from a gentle half-hour family stroll to a full-on 6 day bush walking expedition.

Shirley & Peter Storey´s excellent walking guide, "Peninsula Tracks", describes these bushwalks in great detail - map grid references, walk location map, flora and fauna descriptions and superb photographs all make it an essential part of the serious bush walker´s kit. "The highest sea cliffs in Australia, the largest tract of rainforest on the East Coast of Tasmania, soaring sand dunes and wave-pounded rock platforms, sea caves and seals, wildflowers and whales. These are just some of the attractions of the Tasman and Forestier Peninsulas"... and all in such a small area. Visit our Bush Walking pages for slideshows and full screen images of the following Tasman Peninsula Bush Walks.

A copy of Peninsula Tracks is Provided for the use of guests staying at Sea Change Safety Cove Accomodation

email Rex and Sue safetycove@bigpond.com