30th January 2014
The warmer months are the best time to walk the South Coast Track. So be like many others and grab a book, read all about it and get out there and enjoy Tasmania’s great wilderness.
Howdy and welcome to your information resource for the South Coast Track, one of Australia’s last great wilderness walks in Tasmania.
This 84 km walk between Melaleuca and Cockle Creek on Tasmania’s South Coast presents numerous challenges and many wonderful times for walkers.
My name is Brendon Sinclair and in January 2010 I completed the South Coast Track walk with my 2 sons – 17 and 15 – and brother-in-law. He’s really old. 46.
Information On This Site
We’ve put together some information that we hope will be helpful to those people looking to complete the Walk.
The site contains:
- Tons of useful information
- Track Notes
- Gear recommendations (including free spreadsheets you can download and use!)
- Over 230 photos
- Much more
- And it’s all free!
Can Now Buy The Book Direct Off Us (And Save!)
Without question, the best book I found for the South Coast Track walk is John Chapman’s “South Coast Track“.
For just $16.94 you’ll get what is considered the bible by walkers walking the track – detailed track notes, useful maps and much more.
You can buy this book direct from us here and we’ll send it straight out.
The Usual Disclaimer: Don’t rely upon the information on this web site. Whilst we try and provide accurate information, none of it comes with any warranties. Obviously. ;o)