Walks Around Hobart

Walking Trails
Hobart
Battery Point Sculpture Trail
  • Bicentennial Park and Lambert Park
  • Cascade Walking Track
  • Circle Track
  • City to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Loop
  • Classic Urban Parks
  • Cornelian Bay to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
  • Fern Glade Circuit
  • Fern Tree to Neika
  • Fern Tree to Wellington Falls
  • Gentle Annie Falls Circuit
  • Historic Battery Point
  • Hobart Rivulet Park
  • Intercity Cycleway
  • New Town Rivulet Track
  • New Town Falls
  • Sandy Bay Foreshore
  • Summit Loop - Knocklofty Reserve
  • Tip Top Track
  • Truganini Track

    Mt Wellington
  • Trestle Mountain and Collins Bonnet (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Organ Pipes Circuit
  • Smiths Monument
  • Shag Bay Heritage Walk
  • The Octapus Tree
  • Sphinx Rock
  • Old Hobartian Track
  • Wellington Falls
  • Wellington Range: Cathedral Rock
  • The Springs to Lenah Valley
  • The Springs to Milles Track Lookout
  • The Springs to Pinnacle Loop
  • The Springs to Sphinx Rock Loop
  • The Springs to the Pinnacle
  • The Springs to Wellington Falls via Milles Track
  • Hobart to the Pinnacle
  • Lenah Valley to the Pinnacle Loop
  • North South Track
  • O'Gradys Falls
  • Pinnacle to Zig Zag Track Lookout Loop
  • Pipeline Track - Fern Tree to Waterworks Reserve
  • Reservoirs Circuit - Waterworks Reserve

    Hobart: East Shore
  • Blessington Track
  • Charles Darwin Trail
  • Clarence Foreshore Trail - Bellerive Beach to Howrah
  • Clarence Foreshore Trail - Geilston Bay to Howrah (full track)
  • Clarence Foreshore Trail - Geilston Bay to Lindisfarne
  • Clarence Foreshore Trail - Kangaroo Bay to Bellerive Beach
  • Clarence Foreshore Trail - Lindisfarne to Montagu Bay
  • Clarence Foreshore Trail - Montagu Bay to Kangaroo Bay
  • Lauderdale to Seven Mile Beach Track
  • Lauderdale Wetlands Track
  • Natone Hill Circuit Track
  • Risdon Brook Track
  • Rosny Hill Circuit Track
  • Shag Bay Track
  • South Arm Peninsula Trail

    Hobart North: Glenorchy
  • Amy St Reserve
  • Barossa Creek
  • Berriedale Foreshore
  • Conneware Bay to Windermere Beach
  • Elwick Bay
  • Giblins Reserve
  • Glenorchy Mountain Bike Park
  • Goulds Lagoon Sanctuary
  • Intercity Cycleway
  • Jim Bacon Recreation Walk
  • Lutana Woodlands
  • Myrtle Forest
  • N.R. Pierce Reserve - Goat Hills
  • North South Track
  • Poimena Reserve

    Hobart North: Bridgewater
  • Bridgewater Foreshore Trail
  • Jordan River Trail
  • Old Beach Foreshore Trail
  • Riverside Drive Foreshore Trail
  • Swan Park Trail

    Hobart South: Kingston
  • Boronia Beach
  • Nierinna Creek Track
  • Alum Cliffs Track
  • Blowhole Track
  • Brickfields Track
  • Coningham Clifftop Track
  • Kaoota Tramway
  • Kettering Point Track
  • Kingborough Mountain Bike Park
  • Margate Rivulet Track
  • Nierinna Creek Track
  • Snug Falls Track
  • Suncoast Headlands Track
  • Taroona Foreshore Track
  • Tinderbox Hills Track
  • Herringback
  • Snug Tiers: Pelverata Falls
  • Snug Tiers: Grey Mountain
  • Silver Falls

    Mt Field National Park
  • Lady Barron Falls Circuit
  • Russell Falls
  • Tall Trees Walk

    New Norfolk
  • Bicentennial Track
  • Derwent Cliffs Walk
  • Fishermans Walk
  • New Norfolk Esplanade
  • Featured Walks

    Hobart Waterfront

    The harbourside dock area forms part of the foreshore of Sullivans Cove. It is one of Hobart's historic landmark areas where visitors can watch motor pleasure boats, yachts, and fishing boats come and go, explore the old buildings which line its shores, or enjoy a meal or a coffee at one of the many restaurants and cafes here.

    Salamanca Place

    Head down to Salamanca Place where you will find 19th-century waterfront warehouses dating back to the 1830s whaling days. Today they house cafes, restaurants, galleries and art studios, the ideal place to wander or enjoy alfresco dining. On weekends, enjoy the famous Salamanca Markets.

    Battery Point

    Retaining the character of a Cornish fishing village of the last century, the inner Hobart suburb of Battery Point began life as a home for mariners who worked out of Hobart Town. It is still mainly a residential area, with many historic homes and shops, some which are open for inspection as folk museums and art galleries.

    Museums and Galleries

    There are numerous museums and galleries in the inner city area, each covering different aspects of the history and culture of the city of Hobart from its inception to today.

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