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The Tasmanian Trail - Cities, Towns and Localities
The Tasmanian Trail is a long distance multi-purpose recreational trail extending from Devonport on the northern coast of Tasmania to Dover in the south, extending 480 km. Created for use by walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders, the trail links existing forestry roads and fire trails, country roads and occasionally crosses private land, with up to 90% of the Trail on some form of made road or track.

The Trail passes through a range of beautiful and fascinating areas of Tasmania, including forests, farmlands, highland plateaus, buildings and bridges of some of Australia’s oldest towns. It is a journey through Tasmania’s cultural and natural heritage.

The Tasmanian Trail offers the travellers to use as little or as much of the Trail as they like, offering a variety of experiences, from the traveller seeking a challenge walk to those interested in a shorter, more relaxing excursion.

More information can be had by purchasing the Tasmanian Trail Guide Book from most equestrian, bike and outdoor shops as well as book stores and other outlets throughout Tasmania.

Divided into five sections to correspond to the nature of the land through which the Trail traverses. Each section has been further divided into stages which average 30 km in length. At the end of each stage a campsite has been provided.

Check the Tasmanian Trail website for amendments and updates to the book.
 


The Tasmanian Trail Association
: is a non profit, state-wide, incorporated body with a specific charter to promote and manage the Trail. The Executive Committee is made up of representatives of user groups, land owners and government agencies. It employs a project officer to administer day to day matters.

The project officer can be contacted at email address below: 

Information Centre

Tasmanian Trail Association Inc
PO Box 99
SANDY BAY TAS 7005
Ph: 03 6229 9666
Mobile: 0418 500 402
Email
Web: www.tasmaniantrail.com.au

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