Useful Links

Maps

The List
‘Listmap’ shows heights, contours, roads and tracks in Tasmania. Provided by Tasmanian Dept. of Primary Industry, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE).

Weather, Warnings and Ways Through

Bureau of Meteorology – Tasmanian 7-day forecast
BOM- Tasmanian Weather and Warnings
kunanyi / Mount Wellington Road Status
TASALERT – Tasmania’s Official Emergency Information Source
Tasmania Fire Service
Tide Predictions
Sunrise and Sunset Times

Other Bushwalking Clubs

Tasmanian

Pandani Walking Club
Deloraine Walking Club
Launceston Walking Club
Northwest Walking Club
UTAS Bushwalking Club

Other States

Adelaide Bushwalkers | Takes you places
Brisbane Bushwalkers
Bushwalking Australia
Bushwalking NSW
Bushwalking Queensland
Bushwalking Victoria
Bushwalking WA
Canberra Bushwalking Club
Melbourne Bushwalkers Inc.
Walking SA

Cycling Information

Bicycle Network Tasmania
Cycling South
Road Safety Advisory Council – Cyclists

Public Transport

Metro Tas Timetables
Redline Coaches
Tassielink

More Tasmanian websites

Discover Tasmania
Parks and Wildlife  Service, Tasmania
Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania – Great Bushwalks
Tasmanian National Parks Association: Home
Tasmanian Land Conservancy
Wellington Park

Council tracks and trails

Foreshore Walking Tracks Around the Derwent Estuary
Greater Hobart trails
Tracks & Trails – Kingborough Council
Trails – City of Clarence

Independent sites and blogs

TasTrails – 109 trails across Tasmania
Hiking South East Tasmania
Ramblings – Unofficial posts of U3A Kingborough Bushwalkers
Bushwalks – descriptions of various bushwalks, mainly in Tasmania
Natureloverswalks – bushwalks and hikes in Tasmania and the world
rockmonkeyadventures – explorations of Tassie wilderness and mountains
Wilmot River Walking North West Tasmania

Bushwalking In Australia – by John Chapman
New Zealand Tramper
besthike – best hikes, treks, tramps in the world

GPSies | Tracks, Strecken, Touren, Routen, Konverter

Bushwalking History

Keith Lancaster Mountaineering Diaries
Survey Cairns in Tasmania by John VanderNiet (Pandani Walking Club)