The scenery of Huon Canyon is very magnificent. There are both dangerous canyons and beautiful waterfalls. The stones here are also strange, with a variety of shapes, which makes people think about it. This is definitely an important attraction in Hobart, don't miss it.
It’s okay. I took the instructions in Chinese at Hobart Airport and went. It’s really not easy for us to drive the RV on this road. The AIR WALK is a long corridor in the sky. There is a river. Brown-red; afterwards, I took a paraglider, which was fun!
The natural scenery is really invincible, and the air is filled with the natural scent of Huon Pine. There are several trails. All are worth trying.
Huon Canyon refers to a large jungle canyon where the Huon River flows through the southwest of Hobart, the southernmost tip of Tasmania. There are many nature reserves, and the Tahune Airwalk is in this area
Navigating on the way to the canyon has been brain-stuck, and it has been a long time before I reach the scenic spot. Near noon we bought food in the supermarket and had lunch in the park by the Huon River. Green grass, faint river, black swans and wild ducks accompany us for lunch! The yachts on the water floated in twos and threes, and I was drunk with a glance!
Preston_Dominguez: 2273 Houn Hwy，Huonville TAS 7109
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Huon Valley,Huon Valley Apple Museum,Kate Hill Wines