Bridport Walking Track, Bridport

#9 of 29 in Trails in Tasmania
Scenic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
The River–Forest walk was opened in July 2011. It is the culmination of a vision to complete the walking track circuit around Bridport. It links the foreshore, beaches, the wild flower reserve, grasslands, ancient forests and the Brid River creating a single accessible yet unique walking experience.

Whether you complete the whole circuit, the River–Forest segment or just a small section, take time to enjoy the beautiful and special micro-environments that are part of the walk.

Bridport Innovations Incorporated successfully secured funding for the construction of the River–Forest walk from the Federal and State Government, Dorset Council and NRM, and NRM North.

Bridport Innovations Incorporated contracted Conservation Volunteers Australia to manage the track construction as a training scheme.
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  • What a fantastic way to spend a few hours early Sunday morning! The weather was warm and there were plenty of people enjoying the early morning. I walked from the marina, following the foreshore...  more »
  • I was staying at Barnbougle and fancied a change so drove into Bridport, parked next to the Walk sign and set off. I loved the bush section seeing wallabies, kookaburras and possums. One was...  more »

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