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Wonderful if the weather is good

Got here in April to cold and wind shame as we could not walk on he beach and had to visit from the... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2018
carol w
Ottawa, Canada
Sensational walk to your own piece of paradise

The walk commences from the carpark, where within less than 100 metres you are required to sign in... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2018
Melbourne, Australia
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Offering a plethora of different landscapes to discover and explore, the 12km return Cape Queen Elizabeth Trail is a great Bruny Island day walk. Walkers can expect brilliant views of The Neck and Adventure Bay as well as stunningly secluded beaches...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Main Road, Bruny Island, Tasmania 7150, Australia
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

Got here in April to cold and wind shame as we could not walk on he beach and had to visit from the car mag views

Thank carol w
Reviewed 24 January 2018

The walk commences from the carpark, where within less than 100 metres you are required to sign in all walkers. Through flat bushland for about 40 minutes, you are then greeted with a pristine beach and Mars Bluff. Time your walk for low tide so...More

3  Thank Adventure_Barbie_22
Reviewed 14 January 2018 via mobile

Starting out from the small car park is a nice flat walk through the bush on a good well established track. Walking through we came across 2 baby snakes and a bigger brown snake but all weren't interested in tasting us so went about their...More

2  Thank tas1972ls
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Loved this walk as it is a great mix of different bush, the beach and views. We walked over the bluff on our way out to the cape. It was low tide on the way back so we were able to walk around and through...More

1  Thank gemma d
Reviewed 16 March 2017

This track begins at a small signposted carpark near the Bruny Airstrip. The going is quite easy on a very well formed gravel track before moving into sand dune territory. There are no steep dunes to negotiate but I imagine the sand could become quite...More

Thank Stew_62
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This walk on the north island is really beautiful. Parking is just this side of the airstrip. It's worth stopping in at Big Lagoon to see if there're any interesting water birds. We walked along the cliff tops and had gorgeous views of the Tasman...More

1  Thank Helen B
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

This was a great hike for the views but the track was "heavy going"! Ours was one of the first hikes for the season and the track was overgrown and maybe someone could have checked it out and done a bit of work with a...More

Thank nanna424
Reviewed 10 November 2016 via mobile

Absolutely loved this beach walk. Amazing rock formations and caves - definitely worth the walk! We had seen snakes on the Laballidierre Peninsula walk the day before, but thankfully did not see any on this walk.

1  Thank SammyJaneF
Reviewed 1 November 2016

This was a tough hike, well worth it for the views. Maybe need to get a bit of "climbing hills" before you tackle it.

Thank nanna424
Reviewed 29 October 2016

As a lover of nature and hiking, I soon discovered a great hiking track called The Cape Queen Elizabeth walking track. It was a beautiful, warm sunny day and we parked our car at the beginning of the track in the small car park. Be...More

Thank michelle p
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