Below is a list of the top and leading Bush Walk Parks in Hobart. To help you find the best Bush Walk Parks located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Hobart’s Best Bush Walk Parks:
The top rated Bush Walk Parks in Hobart are:
- Hobart Rivulet Park
- St Davids Park
- Three Capes Walk
Hobart Rivulet Park
Hobart Rivulet Park is an important rivulet park, running from the foothills of Mount Wellington to the edge of the City. This serves as both an important walking and cycling corridor for passive, active and commuter users.
BBQ, Bins, Dog bag dispenser, Dogs allowed on lead, Picnic tables, Recreational facilities, Seating, Shade trees, Walking tracks
Address: Anglesea St, South Hobart TAS 7004
Phone (03) 6238 2711
“It was breathtakingly beautiful. Peaceful and green. The trek run next to the rivulet and it gives a sense of serenity and love” – Aimen Jafri
“Hobart Rivulet Park is a great spot, running through the city it’s a narrow band of nature that provides a home for heaps of life from ducks to platypus to wallaby’s and more.
Keep your dogs on a lead please and don’t forget to take your rubbish with you. 😎😎😎😎😎” – John Stanfield
St Davids Park
St Davids Park is located on the site of St David’s cemetery. St David’s Park is a formal English style walled park and dates from the beginning of European settlement in 1804. This was the site of the first burial ground in Tasmania, marked out by Lieutenant-Governor David Collins and the Reverend Robert Knopwood in April 1804. It is one of Hobart’s premier classic parks, popular with weddings in the beautiful rotunda and public events, adjacent to the famous Salamanca Markets.
Bins, Dog bag dispenser, Dogs allowed o lead, Drinking fountain, Historic site, Lighting, Seating, Shade trees, Shelter, Toilets, Universal access, Suitable for weddings
Address: 16 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6238 2711
“In this park you will find etched upon the stones the early history of Hobart. It is a beautiful place to take a walk, eat your lunch or just sit.” – K V
“A great historical place, with beautiful grounds. Great place for lunch. Ask the girl friend to marry you, dare I say it, making love with you clothes on of course. It has a spirit of it’s own the park. See for yourself.” – James Cross
Three Capes Walk
Three Capes Walk explores the natural beauty of the Tasman Peninsula in the far south-east corner of Tasmania, a region famous for its three spectacular capes which comprise of the highest vertical seas cliffs in Australia and a dramatic coastline of sea caves and towering sea stacks.
On a 3 day experience, you can walk to the first cape, the spectacular and must-do ‘Cape Raoul’ with its dramatic cliffs. Walk to stunning ‘Cape Hauy’ and view the famous ‘Candlestick’ and ”Totem Pole’ sea stacks. As well as wandering through gorgeous rainforest tracks between Waterfall and Fortescue Bays to take in breathtaking coastal views.
Deluxe Spa Chalets, Walk stunning Cape Raoul, Walk stunning Cape Raoul, Walk dramatic Cape Hauy, Choice of Spectacular Helicopter ride over Cape Pillar and remote Tasman Island or Scenic Wilderness cruise around Cape Pillar, many more
Address: 6955 Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182
Phone: (02) 9975 4553
“The service of this walk is utterly incredible. The views on the edge of the earth on the blade are just astonishing. Through that harsh long walks this hike is truly worth the walk. I strongly recommend this hike” – Joshua Gill
“I couldnt fault this three day Three Capes walking experience with
LifesAnAdventure. Enjoyed every minute. Great information from Guides, great accommodation, great add-on options, great company, great challenge.” – Lynne Purser