TASTRACKS

A comprehensive guide to Tasmanian walking tracks.

Contributor's Page

The information on this site is only as good as its contributing bushwalkers. We currently need information on the following tracks. 

On the Central Plateau we need information for the Lake Antimony and Lake Olive Tracks. Grid references in the new GDA94 system are required for the tracks that are located on the new Lake MacKenzie map sheet. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all the information we are missing.

In the Cradle Area we need information on Riggs Pass and Maryland Tracks. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all the information we are missing.

For the Great Western Tiers we need information on  Ironstone and Quamby Bluff (Northern tracks) tracks. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all the information we are missing. 

For the tracks off the Lyell Highway we need information on the Linda, Ewarts and Fincham Tracks. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all information we are missing.

In the South East we need more information on the following tracks, Kermandie (Hartz) Track, Lake Skinner Track, Picton West Pad (Square Tarn) and track to Lake Riveaux, Mt Picton. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all the information we are missing.

In the South West we need more information on the following tracks:  Mt. Melaleuca Tracks. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all the information we are missing.

In the West Coast we need more information on the following tracks:  Eagle Creek, Lake Selina, Mt Dundas and Mt Farral Tracks. You can download a master word doc here that contains the table with all the information we are missing 

If you have a lot to contribute, we have a word template that you can download from here to help you organise your information.

If you see an error or have more information about tracks in Tasmania please send a email.

Send all contributions to tastrack@gmail.com

This page was last updated 30/11/2013