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Lovely walk to do with kids. Very quick but does involve climbing over some uneven ground and under... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2018
Sally M
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Sydney, Australia
via mobile
A short walk through the forest.

An informative walk through the forest, well sign posted and suitable for all ages of people with... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2017
KimT11
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Legana
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From Hobart, head north along the Brooker Highway, then the Lyell Highway through New Norfolk. Take the Gordon River Road from New Norfolk and follow it for 60km before coming to the left-hand turn off to Scotts Peak Road. The Creepy Crawly Nature...more
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Reviewed 21 March 2018

Of course having a taste of the true wilderness is wonderful, but this short return walk was a waste of time when there are so many other beautiful walks to do nearby. Furthermore, the name is misleading, after having looked out for the creepy crawlies...More

Thank M6638ZGandrewr
Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

Lovely walk to do with kids. Very quick but does involve climbing over some uneven ground and under some very low branches that stretch across the path. Very short, 20 mins return. The real Fangorn!

Thank Sally M
Reviewed 15 July 2017

An informative walk through the forest, well sign posted and suitable for all ages of people with the ability to complete a 40 minute or so walk. Of appeal to children too.

Thank KimT11
Reviewed 26 June 2017

We had done this walk a few years ago and did it again. There was snow on the ground this time around! We are sure that the walk used to be a circuit but it appeared to stop halfway through. We walked along the boardwalk...More

Thank wombatdavid
Reviewed 26 March 2017

An absolutely magnificent first hand experience with nature in a stunning rainforest setting. Anyone can do this walk and its up close and personal with the plants of the bush. It's simply just beautiful.

1  Thank Ian R
Reviewed 15 March 2017

This walk gives you a good overview of what the wilderness area is really like. Unfortunately our walk was spoilt by 2 loud mouthed people in front of us. Still that was a one-off. Worth a look.

Thank diandray50
Reviewed 1 March 2017

A short rainforest walk. Wouldn't make the effort to go there specifically to do the short walk, but if you're in the area its worth a look. There is a car-park but no other facilities. The signage suggests 20 minutes to do the walk, but...More

1  Thank Stew_62
Reviewed 1 March 2017

Interesting little walk through a pocket rainforest, much along narrow boardwalk weaving among the trees (you have to duck under or step over some trees growing across the pathway).

Thank Ernest M
Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

This little walk on the way back from the Gordon Dam was a little disappointing. It was beautiful and green and mossy but there are plenty of other great walks you could do instead.

Thank Lisa P
Reviewed 21 December 2016

The Creepy Crawly Nature Trail is a short, rainforest walk through some lovely growth and some creepy crawlies but not too many. Easy walk, smell the fresh air and enjoy the stretch.

1  Thank JGDynamo
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