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Take a self-guided walk

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Take in the sights of Tower Hill on one of the four self-guided walks. All walks start near the Visitor Centre in the picnic area.

  • Peak Climb (1.5km, steep hills, 30 minutes return)
    This steep walk goes via the Yatt Mirng Crater and provides panoramic views of the park and the coast. 
  • Lava Tongue Boardwalk (1.6km, flat, 30 minutes circuit)
    This gentle walk passes the remnant rocky outcrop of an old lava flow and crosses the wetlands to Fairy Island, with some of the best natural habitat in the park. It provides excellent opportunities for birdwatching and spotting reptiles, koalas and echidnas.
  • Wagon Bay Loop (1.5km, 30 minutes circuit)
    This gentle walk circles Wagon Bay pond, home to bird life and with views back to the Visitor Centre. The walk is mostly flat with some steps along the way
  • Journey to the Last Volcano (1.9km, some steep hills, 1 hour circuit)
    This moderately strenuous, undulating walk leads up to and around the most recently active volcano crater and provides good views of the park

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