Cascade Walking Track South Hobart and Wellington Park, Hobart






This track provides a link to the network of tracks and fire trails in Wellington Park but it is also a good option for a walk in the bush close to the city, with or without your dog.

The vegetation along this track is quite diverse from open forest to fern-filled gullies. Keep your eyes open for wildlife, there are numerous wallaby runways that cross the track. A lovely arched stone bridge has been built at the first creek crossing to commemorate Peter Degraves, the founder of Cascade Brewery.

At the end of the track you can retrace your steps or continue up kunanyi / Mount Wellington via the Myrtle Gully Track.

User groups Suggested time Difficulty
Walking Under 2 hours


Dogs allowed on lead 

Dogs allowed on lead.


Accessible via public transport




No bikes  No horses

Safety precautions

Caution  Caution - water crossing/s 

Creek crossings may be impassable after high rainfall events.


  • Cascade Walking Track 1
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • Cascade Walking Track 2
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • Cascade Walking Track 3
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • Cascade Walking Track 4
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • Cascade Walking Track 5
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • Cascade Walking Track 6
    Photo: Hobart City Council


Getting there

Walk, ride a bike or drive your car to the start of the track near the silos at the Cascade Brewery.

This track is managed by Hobart City Council and Wellington Park Management Trust

Hobart City Council logo

If you have any questions, feedback or updates regarding this track please contact the track manager at the Hobart City Council by phone on 03 6238 2886 or by email to For urgent communications please contact us by phone.