Explore Tasmania's National Parks
Whether you’re a city-dweller escaping for the weekend or you live in the country and are planning a more extended trip, Explore Tasmania’s National Parks brings you the best natural environments in the state. From the high peak of Cradle Mountain to the wild beauty of Walls of Jerusalem, the native wildlife of Narawntapu to the stunning views of Freycinet, this beautifully illustrated and mapped guide captures our unique natural heritage and provides all the information you need to decide which parks to visit, how to get there and what to see and do when you arrive.
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PRESERVING AUSTRALIAS NATURAL HERITAGE
alpine Australia banksia beaches beautiful Bennett’s wallabies boat brushtail bush camping BUSHWALKING Camping and accommodation camping areas camping fees campsites cave cliffs climbing coast coastal Cockle Creek common Cradle Mountain cruises dolerite eastern entry fee payable eucalypt fishing forest Freycinet fuel stove Geeveston Gordon River grey Hobart hours return Huon pine INFORMATION PWS 1300 kangaroo Lake Gordon Lake Pedder Lake St Clair landscape Launceston lookout Maria Island Melaleuca metres minutes return Mount Rufus myrtle Natural features northern outback Park entry fee PARK INFORMATION PWS park passes park's Peninsula PERMITS Park entry picnic possums rainforest range rangers road rock rock-climbing Russell Falls scenic Scotts Peak snorkelling snow South south-west southern Southwest National Park species stringybark swamp Tasman Hwy Tasman Peninsula Tasmania Tasmanian pademelons Track trails TRAVEL TIP tree vehicle views visitor centre VISITOR INFORMATION walkers wattle weather western wilderness Wildlife Wineglass Bay wombats