The Nut Stanley Bushwalking : Bushwalk North West Tasmania : Bushwalk The Nut Stanley

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The Nut Bushwalk Stanley Tasmania

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At the Nut Stanley you will find a walking track climbing to the summit of The Nut. Alternatively you can take the chairlift, which offers spectacular views across Bass Strait beaches and over the township of Stanley. There is a range of accommodation and a very good campground at Stanley. The town is a good base for exploring the forests and coastlines further to the west.

The Nut is a 143 metre high massif that rises from Bass Strait and towers above the township of Stanley.

Stanley is a town on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Australia. Stanley is the second-last major township on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Smithton being the larger township in the Circular Head municipality. According to the 2006 census, Stanley had a population of less than 500 people.

The Nut Stanley Bushwalk at a glance:

  • 10-20 minute walk to the top
  • Can take the chairlift
  • 1 hour circuit track around the Nut plateau
  • Steep cliffs; must remain behind safety fences and supervise children
  • Short, steep track to plateau
  • Circuit track around the Nut is moderate.

Bushwalk Details

Easy to moderate, children to be supervised
duration of walk
10-20 minutes to top; 1 hour return
Registration not required
disabled access
Not Suitable (Chairlift OK)
Accommodation in Stanley
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Food water, camera
Not necessary
do not bring
Transport available to Stanley
food available
In nearby Stanley
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The Nut Bushwalk

You can take tours to see fur seals, penguins, sea birds and other wildlife close to Stanley. Local operators offer a range of tours.

Toilets and café at car park. Picnic spot, electric barbecue, toilets, disabled access.

Chairlift operates 7 days a week; caters for disabled visitors. (Chairlift closed late-June to late-August)

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