Port Davey Track

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Like the South Coast Walking Track, the Port Davey Walking Track lies within the Southwest National Park Tasmania and take walkers through the heart of over 600,000 hectares of wild, challenging country. They are more remote than many other walks in Tasmania, such as the famous Overland Track. The Port Davey Track is 70 km in length and used by walkers between Scotts Peak Road and Melaleuca.

The Port Davey Track starts from the Huon Campsite, near the end of the Scotts Peak Road, approx. 2 – 3 hours drive west of Hobart. Approximately 200 people a year walk the Port Davey track. The walk may be combined with the South Coast Track as a long trek requiring as a long continuous trek requiring around 8-14 days.

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Place Categories: Activities, Attractions, Cross Country, Wilderness and World Heritage Listed.

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