- Quamby Bluff
Quamby Bluff is a challenging 4-5 hour round trip walk that starts with approximately 6km of bush, Myrtle forest and rock sprees. It then finishes with breathtaking, uninterrupted 360 degree views from the 1250m summit.
- Great Western Tiers
The Great Western Tiers are a collection of bluffs that form the northern edge of Tasmania's Central Highlands plateau. Stretching for over 100km and with many challenging bush walks throughout.
- Liffey Falls
Liffey Falls is located in a cooler climate Tasmanian rainforest at the edge of the Great Western Tiers. Made up primarily of myrtle, sassafrass and leatherwood forest, there is a picnic area and short drive and walk to reach the falls.