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tasmania ~ horse trails

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Listed June 2006
Last update January 2011

Wellington Park
Postcode Location:     7000 
Closest Capital City:   Greater Hobart area

Address:  Wellington Park Management Trust, GPO Box 503, Hobart Tas 7001
Contact:  Ph (03) 6238 2176

The trail:  There is approximately 75kms of horse trails in Wellington Park, a majority of which require permits and keys.  Use of these trails is subject to weather and track conditions.  Contact the Parks and Wildlife Service for further information.  Click here to download an information brochure or visit their website.

Listed June 2006
Updated November 2017

Tangara Trail
Postcode Location:     7022 - 7170
Closest Capital City:   Five Mile Beach to South Arm

Address:  Clarence City Council, 38 Bligh Street, Rosny Park Tasmania 7018.gov.au/
Contact:  Ph (03) 6217 9500

The trail:  This network of tracks provides approximately 80kms of trails and is being added to all the time.  This constantly growing trail is becoming recognised as one of the best trail developments in Australia.
Click here to download a map of the trails.

Further information is available from the website or from Tangara Horseriding Trails Inc - contact Alison Watson - ph 6248 7407.


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Listed June 2006
Updated December 2009

The Tasmanian Trail
Postcode Location:     7117 - 7310 
Closest Capital City:   Dover to Devonport (480 kms)

Address:  95 Crystal Downs Drive, Blackmans Bay, Tasmania 7052
Contact:  Ph:  (03) 6229 9666  Mob:  0418 500 402

The trail:  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. It has a length of 480 kilometres.  The trail links up existing forestry roads and fire trails, country roads and occasionally crosses private land. Up to 90% of the Trail is on some form of made road or track.
Guide Book:  A comprehensive guide book is available from the website in .pdf format for AU$17.00.  This guide provides all the information you will need to travel the Tasmanian Trail.  Visit their
website for more information.

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