Clarence Coastal Trail – Cremorne To Mays Beach – Sunday 5 Dec

The Cremorne to Mays Beach track is part of the Clarence Coastal Trail and links Cremorne Beach Park and the southern end of Mays Beach. Come join us for the last southern walk of the year – a family friendly, 4.5km afternoon walk which will be only the one way. The track is hilly but the walk should take no longer than 2 hours. The hills are there to make you stop and take in the spectacular views across Frederick Henry Bay to Primrose Sands and Tasman Peninsula. Your leader recommends wearing trousers and sturdy shoes as there are parts through paddocks and grass overhanging the track but also be prepared for some time paddling along Mays Beach as we end the walk.

For more details see the council webpage on the walk:

Meeting Times and Places:

We will meet at the Northern end (towards Lauderdale) of Cremorne beach at 2pm. We will also organise some car’s to be left at Mays beach to take drives back to collect their vehicles when we finish the walk.
If you are interested in going on this walk, please phone your walk leader, Dan Hutchison, ph. 0457765907 or reply to this email by early Friday evening, 3rd Dec, to book in. The departure time is 1:30 pm from the Citywide Baptist church car park, Mornington. You are also welcome to meet us at the start of the walk, but please be there by 1:50 pm. Please let Dan know if you are meeting the group at start of walk. For this walk, you don’t need to let the leader know in advance if bringing other people, unless you need to arrange transport.

View across Frederick Henry Bay from Clarence Coastal Trail – Dan Hutchison picture

To access this area from Southern Tasmania: From Hobart, follow the South Arm Highway through Rokeby and Lauderdale turning left onto Cremorne Ave. As you come to the end of Cremorne Ave, turn left onto Frederick Henry Parade and find a park at the end of the road. There is access to the beach from here.

Please take note of the weather forecast on the day. No drinking water on the walk, so please bring your own, as well as a snack. Sensible footware is advised, gaiters are not needed but trousers may be a good choice it you don’t want grass tickling your legs! This is a summer walk, but the tack is exposed and the weather can change rapidly, so please come prepared for all Tasmanian weather types.
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Preparation, Food and Safety guidelines for Boots N’ All walks.

Map details and references:
No peakbagger points will be visited on this walk. For listing of peakbagger points, see the Hobart Walking Club Peakbagger’s Guide (2000 revision) which can be downloaded (Excel) from  The same web page contains several other listings of Tasmanian peaks.For GPX (.gpx) and Google Earth (.kml) versions of the track: Click here to browse our collection.
Direct links: GPX for this walk …  KML for this walk  Right-click on the file and save target as to a location of your choice. (Suggest you click the Last modified at top to sort by date to get the most recent at top to find the file for the next walk).