National Parks and Reserves

Quamby Bluff, the northernmost peak in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, provides panoramic views of Northern Tasmania including the Central Plateau and Great Western Tiers.

The original inhabitants of the area were the Pallittorre Clan of the northern nation of Aboriginal Tasmanians and lartitickitheker is the Aboriginal name for Quamby Bluff.

The walk takes you through the rainforest and over scree as it winds its way to the summit. Some bushwalking experience is recommended for this grade three 4-5 hour hike.

Photo: copyright 2020 Jade Austen All rights reserved.

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Hiking Walks

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World Heritage

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Free Entry

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