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Ben Lomond National Park
Ben Lomond
Summer or winter, the craggy Ben Lomond National Park plateau, northern Tasmania, attracts adventure seekers.
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Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park
Cradle Mountain
Tasmanias most recognisable landmark is the craggy profile of Cradle Mountain, at the northern gateway to the Overland Track linking Cradle Valley to Lake St Clair, four to six days walk south. On the park boundary is the visitor centre with its interpretive display, ranger station, park information, walker registration and up-to-date weather reports. Alpine weather changes rapidly always carry waterproof gear, even on summer day walks. There are many superb short walks from the centre and the Dove Lake car park, 14 kilometres further on.
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Douglas-Apsley National Park
Bicheno
Douglas-Apsley National Park is located a few kilometres north of Bicheno on Tasmania
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Freycinet National Park
Coles Bay
Freycinet National Park with its pink granite mountains is a long peninsula jutting out into the Tasman Sea on Tasmania
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Gordon River, Franklin - Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
Strahan
The dark waters of the Gordon flow through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area before quietly entering Macquarie Harbour. Cruise boats from Strahan explore several kilometres into the rivers wide, calm lower reaches, with their often perfect reflections of riverside rainforest. Disembark at Heritage Landing and follow a short boardwalk track to see ancient Huon pines.
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Hartz Mountains National Park
Geeveston
Travel 13 kilometres west of Geeveston through extensive eucalypt production forests then take the narrow gravel road into the Hartz Mountains National Park. A range of walking tracks leads through subalpine woodlands to ice-carved crags, lakes and alpine moorlands. On clear days, there are superb views east to the sea and west further into the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. At any time of year the weather can change suddenly, so be prepared for cold conditions, even in summer.
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Maria Island National Park
Maria Island
Maria Island National Park is Tasmania
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Mole Creek Karst National Park
Mole Creek
Mole Creek Karst National Park, in northern Tasmania, features richly decorated limestone caves. The Park is 40 minutes west of Deloraine and a short drive from the village of Mole Creek.
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Mt William National Park
Gladstone
Mt William National Park enjoys abundant wildlife and far-stretching beaches, located in northeast Tasmania. Marvel at coastal wildflowers and experience diving and fishing at this diverse national park.
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Narawntapu National Park
Greens Beach
Narawntapu National Park has low coastal ranges and long-stretching beaches, located east of Devonport, Tasmania. It is an ideal location to see rare Forester kangaroos, wombats, pademelons and Bennetts wallabies and even Tasmanian devils grazing on the coastal plains.
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