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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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CASCADE TRACKS
FERN TREE
SILVER FALLS
O'GRADY'S FALLS
FEATHERSTONE FALLS
ROCKY WHELAN'S CAVE
OCTOPUS TREE
NEW TOWN FALLS
COLLINSVALE
Mt WELLINGTON SUMMIT
MT WELLINGTON IN WINTER
THE ORGAN PIPES

 

 


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MT WELLINGTON

Hobart

 

Most visitors to Hobart head off to the summit of Mount Wellington. There is a very good sealed road to the top.

 

Along the way there are several very short stops and walks which are well worth a visit.

 

The pictures on the right link to the respective walks.

 

There are numerous longer wilderness walks in and around the mountain and the adjacent mountains.

 

More can be found here:

http://www.wellingtonpark.org.au/

 

Mount Wellington is particularly suited to mountain bike riding. There are numerous tracks shared with walkers which run along the contours of the slopes. The tracks are very well signposted. One tour company offers bike hire from the pinnacle of the mountain to Hobart city.

 

Public transport to Fern Tree is available.  During the 2002/03 season there was a bus service specifically for the carriage of push bikes.

http://www.metrotas.com.au/

 

 

  

LEFT: Fern Tree.  RIGHT: The Octopus Tree

 

 

LEFT: Silver Falls    RIGHT: Rocky Whelan's Cave

 

 

LEFT: O'Grady's Falls    RIGHT: New Town Falls

 

The Chalet & The Organ Pipes Track

 

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The Springs