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Walks in East Coast

Easy
200 m return
15 mins

Remarkable Cave

A short boardwalk to a lookout over a tunnel/cave that leads out to sea.

Medium
8 km return
3 hrs

Shipstern Bluff

Shipstern Bluff is known for its big waves. This is a great walk - under 10km - through varying landscapes which takes you right down to the ocean from Cape Raoul.

Medium
4.5 km return
90 mins

Shipstern Bluff Lookout

Lookout of Shipstern Bluff (shorter Walk)

Easy
4 km return
1 hr

Snug Falls

One way walk there and back to see Snug falls.

Medium
16 km return
5 hrs

South Cape Bay Track

This is a 16km return walk from Cockle Creek to South Cape Bay. This walk is the most southerly day walk you can do in Australia!

Medium
700 m one-way
30 mins

South Sister

A lookout that give 360 degree views north to St Helens and the Bay of Fires, west to Ben Lomond National Park and south to Bicheno and Freycinet National Park.

Easy
1 km return
20 mins

The Gardens - Bay of Fires

Short circuit walk through a conservation area (sand dune, boulders, beach).

Hard
41 km return
1 days

Three Capes

A one day “express” version of the new Three Capes Track in Tasmania, on the Tasman Peninsula - this route covers 90% of the official "Three Capes Experience" track, and could also be done over two days camping at he only designated campsite.

Easy
2 km return
1 mins

Three Thumbs

Easy bush stroll

Easy
4 km return
1 hr

Waterfall Bay

An easy short walk of approx 4km starting very close to Devils Kitchen and ending at Waterfall Bay Lookout.