These walks do not require a Tasmanian National Parks Pass
* Cash’s Lookout (4 hours return) – This walk starts at the Blowhole Road about 500m from the Arthur Highway and leads to the lookout which gives stunning views looking east over Pirates Bay and down the coast. The lookout can also be accessed via Pirates Road.
* Mount Brown & Crescent Bay (5 hours return) – The walk commences at the Remarkable Cave car park. The route is spectacular and takes in the Maigon Blowhole and beautiful rocky shorelines ending at Mount Brown. The track to the magnificent high sand dunes at Crescent Beach commences at the base of Mount Brown.
* Cape Raoul (5 hours return) – Walk starts at the end of Stormlea Road, off Nubeena Road. The walk to the lookout is easy and the view from the 400 metre high sea cliffs takes in Bruny Island and the mountains of the South West. The walk continues to the end of Cape Raoul where the sheer 400 metre dolerite cliffs plunge to the ocean and the views are spectacular.
* Shipstern Bluff & Tunnel Bay (5 hours return) – This walk also starts at the end of Stormlea road. Shipstern Bluff is recognised by surfers worldwide for spectacular surfing in mountainous waves.