The Break O’Day Council is central to Tasmania’s East Coast region, offering a range of recreational and visitor experiences across diverse and spectacular landscapes. From coastal towns and hamlets, the region stretches from Mount William National Park in the north, Denison River in the South and Fingal Valley to the west.
Whilst the region is already well-known for game fishing, the spectacular Larapuna / Bay of Fires and as an emerging MTB destination, other recreational opportunities and visitor experiences also exist. The region offers some of the State’s best waterfalls together with bushwalking, Indigenous culture, spectacular seascapes, landscapes, wildlife and historical experiences.
TRC have been engaged to provide Break O’Day Council with a strategic framework to guide a future sustainable trail network for the region’s recreational trails of all types through the development of a Recreational Trails Strategy. The Strategy will support future decision-making and facilitate a network of exceptional recreational trails that provide multiple community benefits and links visitors to the regions natural, cultural and built assets.
TRC Trail Specialist Chris Halstead has been working on site with Break O’Day Council, stakeholders and community members to gather an understanding of the future opportunities and the challenges ahead for future trails within the spectacular Northeast of Tasmania.
Whatever the stage of your trail journey — from initial scoping to improving existing experiences — TRC is ready to add value to your destination. See how TRC Tourism can work to improve your trail destination and experience here.