Hogarth Falls, Tasmania.
Towards the back of Strahan’s historic People’s Park is a little slice of Arcadia right in the middle of the West Coast port town.
The west coast of Tasmania boasts World Heritage listed wilderness, featuring cool-temperate rainforests, alpine plains, glacial valleys and a rugged coastline. With remnant patches of rainforest on the doorstep of civilisation, there are a multitude of easily accessible west coast Tasmania walks to tick off the bucket list. The 40-minute Hogarth Falls return walk affords a quick trip back to Gondwanaland. This trail leads the walker out of town, into the rawness of west, and back in time for lunch. Walks in this region can be pre-planned or winged and take as little or as much effort as desired.
Wherever and whenever we walk, we acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of the land.
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