Stroll on the coastal and bush reserve tracks and be inspired by the natural beauty. A brochure detailing these self guided walks is available from the Latrobe and Port Sorell Visitor Information Centre.
Aub luck reserve
Location: Joyce Street, Hawley Beach. Enjoy a gentle stroll through the well maintained Aub Luck Reserve to enjoy the natural bushland amongst the casuarinas and blackwoods, home to various Tasmanian Native Animals: Bennett’s Wallabies, Pademelon’s, Eastern Barred and Brown Bandicoots, Wombats and a plethora of various birdlife.
From the northern end of Hawley Beach near Hawley House to Point Sorell facing into Bass Strait and return (6 kms).
Panatana Rivulet: Location: Access from Rice Street, Port Sorell. Stroll along the Rivulet’s northern shore from Port Street past River Road. Return 4 kms. Or stroll along the Rivulet’s southern shore (Bird Sanctuary) over the footbridge between Darling and Rice Streets. Return 2 kms.
This walk follows on from the Panatana southern shore walk and ends at Squeaking Point through the Port Sorell Conservation Area, a shoreline Reserve. Return 2 kms.
Estuary Eastern Shoreline
Location: Follow the signs on the Frankford Highway to Narawntapu National Park to access the Franklin River starting point. From 1? kilometres south of The Tongue at the western entrance to south east arm, Franklin River and Sugar Creek to The Tongue and around to Lades Road near The Point there is over four kilometres of shoreline reserve to explore. You will need vehicle access as your starting point is 16-18 kilometres from Port Sorell.