George Town to Low Head Kanamaluka Walking and Cycling Trail

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The George Town to Low Head Kanamaluka Walking and Cycling Trail follows the Tamar River.
Suitable for walkers, runners and cyclists, this free and easily accessible trail was opened in 2011 and was designed to be used by people of all abilities. It is six kilometres in length and begins at York Cove in George Town. Cycling is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience the trail, and bicycle hire is available from the George Town Visitor Information Centre for use on the trail and around the George Town area.
The Kanamaluka trail links together key historical sites and areas of natural beauty and wildlife interest, such as Lagoon Bay, York Cove, Windmill Point and the Low Head Pilot Station. You will learn lots along the way about Tasmanian wildlife, colonial and convict history and how Tasmania communicates with the rest of the world.
Did you know that where the Tamar River meets Bass Strait, is one of the deepest points of the entire Bass Strait? This makes it popular for shipping and also highly rich in biodiversity, providing you with plenty to see whether it be marine vessels or wildlife.


Aboriginal Culture Adventure Barbeque Beaches & Surf Birdwatching Boating Facilities Cafe Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Family Friendly History & Heritage Interpretive Centre Nature & Wildlife Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet Shop Swimming


Free Entry

Fee is for daily bicycle hire

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George Town

George Town to Low Head Walking and Cycling Trail

George Town to Low Head Kanamaluka Walking and Cycling Trail

George Town

The deck of the Norfolk

Bass & Flinders Centre

George Town

Low Head lighthouse and fog horn

Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum

Low Head, George Town

Inside of our gallery

Sculptured Gallery

Clarence Point, West Tamar

Female Factory

Watch House – The

George Town

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