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Great Walk

Enjoyed this walk today , great views and quiet beaches, some areas overgrown but what can you... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2018
warren r
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Horsham, Australia
Very peaceful and scenic

Only walked a short section of this walk from Jetty Beach to the fnext beach but it's a lovely walk... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2017
Julie P
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United Kingdom
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21 Mar 2018
“Great Walk”
21 May 2018
“Escape the world”
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Sporting fantastic views of the Bruny Island coast line and D'entrecasteaux Channel, the Labillardiere Peninsula circuit walk is a demanding 6 hour, 15km day walk. Starting from Jetty Beach in the South Bruny National Park the walk skirts around the...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Reviewed 21 May 2018

Walk which would certainly make you de-stressed and leave you fresh as a bloom. A must for rereshment

Thank Rohit G
Reviewed 21 March 2018

Enjoyed this walk today , great views and quiet beaches, some areas overgrown but what can you expect from Parks even with over priced fees, no snakes in this cooler weather, class this as a great walk

Thank warren r
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Only walked a short section of this walk from Jetty Beach to the fnext beach but it's a lovely walk with lots of plant and wildlife along the way. A couple of sections are more challenging with trees to duck under or step over and...More

Thank Julie P
Reviewed 1 December 2016 via mobile

The Labillardiere circuit is listed as one of Tasmania's 60 great short walks, and having done quite a few of these walks I'm not sure why this one was included. Overall it is an average walk. For the first half of the clockwise circuit you...More

Thank w1dders
Reviewed 10 November 2016 via mobile

We had planned to do the full walk, but after seeing three snakes (2 black & 1 tiger), we decided to turn back and do the short loop. The track is not very well maintained so you often can't see where you're putting your feet....More

Thank SammyJaneF
Reviewed 22 February 2016

We were looking for some exercise on the island. This fit the bill. 17km and 5-6 hours. The hike is quite exposed so bring lots of sunscreen and water. Varied landscapes including white beaches. We truly enjoyed it. Be warned, we did see a large...More

Thank Klista R
Reviewed 29 January 2016

I have to admit to having mixed feelings about this walk and at the time of doing it I did wonder how it was included in the top 60 walks in Tasmania. The walk is long and occasionally tedious but it does take you through...More

8  Thank Susan G
Reviewed 13 January 2016 via mobile

The family (kids 12, 9 - both experienced walkers) did the full 17 km circuit over 6 hours and 40 minutes. It's a serious walk in terms of distance, but most of the walk is undulating tracks. There is only one major uphill about half...More

Thank torking
Reviewed 2 January 2016 via mobile

We did the 1.5-2hr circuit, the highlight was a couple secluded beaches that would be great to while away a few hours or have lunch or wine and cheese. Saw a baby brown snake but it got out of our way so no probs. there...More

Thank oharrap
Reviewed 10 December 2015

We did the half circuit rather than the whole lot. On cutting across the peninsula we turned left and found a rocky bay to rest and have a sweety and water. It was then that the sea eagle graced us and settled on a tree....More

Thank LondonTell
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