Fossil Bluff, Table Cape Lookout and Tollymore Road
Distance: 25km round trip.
What to see: At low tide at Fossil Bluff you can see the ancient fossil cliffs. Visit the Table Cape Lookout and enjoy the spectacular views of mountainous hinterland as you look out towards Wynyard and beyond.
Boat Harbour Beach and Sisters Beach
Distance: 44km direct trip or 50km via Table Cape.
What to see: Attractive beaches, good swimming, picnic areas and scenery at both beaches. For more information download the itinerary at the link provided.
Caves and Canyons
Gunns Plains and Leven Canyon
What to see: Breathtaking views into the Valley.
Mount Hicks and Yolla Scenic Drive
Distance: 50km round trip.
What to see: See the great views over the Wynyard area and Table Cape and witness the climbing road through hilly farmland and long views over the valley of hills and forests.
The Tarkine Wilderness
Waratah and the Western Wilderness
Distance: 380km (full day).
What to see: What you will see: Historic mining town of Waratah and the Western Wilderness of Tasmania.
Oldina Forest Reserve
Distance: 15km Return.
What to see: What you will see: Several picnic and barbeque areas set by the stream in a reserve amidst of mature pine plantation. You may be able to see trout and yabbies in the streams and wild blackberries in growing in February.
Distance: 260 km.
What to see: Spectacular World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmanian wildlife and the starting point for the world-famous Overland Track, a magnificent 6 day walk that will take you through the heart of some of the finest mountain terrain.
Bush to Beach
Rocky Cape, Dip Falls and Stanley
Distance: 170km return.
What to see: While at Dip Falls you will see the ‘Big Tree’, which is an enormous stringy bark, Rocky Cape National Park encompasses a rugged coastline with small sheltered beaches as well as heath and woodland covered hills. Numerous caves were used as shelter by the Aborigines, whose fish traps may still, be seen.