Mount Field National Park
Is one of the oldest National Parks in Tasmania and is located about 64 km at the northwest of Hobart, has splendid waterfalls and rain forest. The last thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) was
caught here in 1930. This Park is also used as skiing area in winter times.
Narawntapu National Park
Also known as Asbestos Range is located at the north of Hobart and at the west of Port Dalrymple, offers a good vie for taking a walk and
has an abundant wild life, there are wallabies, wombats, opossums and Forester kangaroos. Was established in 1976.
Mole Creek Karst National Park
Is a National Park located 168km at the northwest of Hobart, the main attraction in this park are the well preserved caves, some of them
are the King Solomon Cave and the Maracoopa Cave, the Park main objective is to protect karst landforms.
Mount William National Park
It could be said that this mountain is home of the peculiar Forester kangaroo. The area is of 184.39 kmē and was established in 1973.
In the north part beautiful beaches are very good for swimming and surfing and the eucalyptus forest make of this a special place.
Rocky Cape National Park
The Park has an area of approximately 30.64 kmē and was established in 1967, is at the northwest of Hobart and its mission is to protect the
prehistoric caves which were once occupied by Aboriginal Tasmanian people.
Cradle Mountain / Lake St Clair National Park
Located at the northwest of Hobart, the Park hosts the famous Overland Track and some rugged peaks as Mount Ossa with 1616 meters,
the highest on the island. The special topography of the area was formed in the ice age.
The Park is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Site.
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