Explore the Best Hiking Trails in Tasmania

Known for its massive wild area, Tasmania’s isolated island state have the best hiking trails that international students must try. Here, the Exchangr team introduces you to an adventure along south coast Australia.


Beginning from the Hobart suburb of Mt. Nelson is Truganini track. It is a 2.1km uphill pathway that passes through open forests with wildflowers and lively birds all year round. The historical place is known for its rich aboriginal culture and history which international students would definitely find fascinating.



Now let’s hike forward to one of Australia’s oldest national park – the Mt Field National Park. With just less than an hour drive from Hobart, you’ll reach this track that leads to the majestic Russell Falls. The Exchangr team would even suggest this safe path for those who are on wheelchair and those who fancies overnight walks.




Along the way of Hobart’s East Coast is the fantastic view of Wineglass Bay. This famous beach can best be viewed from Freycinet National Park’s mountain haul. Though the hike up is steep, the well made track gives you a picturesque view of the entire beach below.





The Exchangr team will then take you to a trail that allows you to see monumental rock formations along with a wide range of marine and land animals, the Tasman National Park. Situated at Tasman Peninsula, the track also allows yo  to visit other attractions like The Blowhole, Tasman Arch, and Waterfall Bay.


Wander and explore Tasmania’s Overland Track. With over 100km impressive walks that covers bushes, giant myrtle forests, and world-class heritage, this path from Cradle Mountain to Lake St. Clair will give you the experience of a lifetime. The Exchangr team also gives this place a five star rating for those who are wanting to camp out with their tents and sleeping gears.

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