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Mount Field National Park

4.5/5
36 Reviews
National Park
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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 day
Address: 66 Lake Dobson Rd, National Park TAS 7140
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Phone: +61-3-62881149

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Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. Mount Feld National Park is a nature reserve in Tasmania, Australia. It is the oldest national park in Tasmania. It is located 64 kilometers northwest of Hobart. Its highest point is Mount Feld at 1,434 meters above sea level. A national park is a temperate rain forest area. You can see all kinds of rare and exotic grasses in Feldberg Park. Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls are the most famous. On the way, there are tall rain forests, etc. It is a good place for hiking, picnics, skiing and bird watching. Hiking is the most common way of sightseeing. Starting from the tourist service center, you can walk to Russell Falls for about 10 minutes and watch the beautiful scenery of the waterfall cascading down in several layers along the mountain. The trees in the park are towering, some of them are more than 400 meters above, and you can also observe the unique forest area of Tasmania on the way. There is a map of the entire national park at the entrance of the service center. You can choose the trekking time and route according to your own conditions. Starting from the lane leading to Lake Dobson, there are 13 trekking areas. There are mountain huts in the park for accommodation. . Field National Park has a variety of glacial landforms showing the geological relationship between the island and Antarctica. Plants here include huge swamp eucalyptus, sparse eucalyptus, myrtle, sassafras, king pine and Australia's only deciduous forest beech. I came here in winter. When I came to the entrance of the park, I could feel that the temperature was several degrees lower than that in the city. When you step into the woods, the temperature will feel colder as you go in, and the ground is all There was mud on the ground, and dew dripped from time to time.

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Mount Fiddle National Park is the oldest national park in Tasmania. Within walking distance of the tourist service centre, you can reach Tasmania’s famous Russell Falls, which is divided into several layers of beautiful scenery along the mountain. The park is full of trees, and a group of extremely high pandanus trees are magnificent. On the way, you can visit many walking areas such as nature trails and observe the unique forest area of ​​Tasmania.
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