The canyon is a little-known tourist destination in Tasmania. However, the viewing platform has views of Black Bluff, the canyon itself and the surrounding areas. The viewing platform is only a short walk from the car park and only street shoes are required. As well, there are other walks in the general area, as well as barbecue and picnic facilities. The viewing platform area is managed by the Central Coast Council.
The Central Coast Council tourism strategy is called, "Coast to Canyon", a reference to the Leven Canyon.
The Penguin Cradle Trail, a bush walking track developed by the North West Walking Club, crosses the canyon.
Canyon and Bluff Working Group
The Canyon and Bluff Working Group are a group of conservationists who established themselves so as to work for the protection of the Leven Canyon, Black Bluff area. They are well supported by local businesses and other community groups.
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- "Central Coast Tourism Strategy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 30 August 2007.
- Leven Canyon
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