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Australia's Best Top 6 National Parks to Visit in Tasmania

Monday 19th February 2018
By Dave Eddy
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By Dave Eddy
Tasmania is known for it’s picturesque mountainous landscapes and intriguing wildlife. If you enjoying walking, hiking and the great outdoors then you will love visiting one of Tasmania’s many National Parks, here’s 6 that made the must-see list!


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Freycinet is known for its pink granite mountain peaks and the famous Wineglass Bay. You can do half day, full day or two-day treks around the area. Other activities that can be enjoyed include kayaking, swimming, snorkeling and diving.



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Rocky Cape is vast landscape filled with jagged and wildly shaped rocks which are millions of years old. You can explore the many caves, beaches, rock pools, plants and sacred Aboriginal sites. You can take short or long treks along the beaches for views of the iconic Bass Strait.





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One of most famous parks is Tasmania, it is home to the epic Cradle Mountain, where ancient forests inhabited with a vast range of wildlife meets rough mountainous terrain. You can walk around the lake, participate in shorter rainforest walks or tackle the mountain in a full day trek.



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The Tasman National Park is famous for its dramatic 300m high sea cliffs and towering rock formations.You can marvel at the spectacular landscape from many of the beautiful and easy bush walking tracks.



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South Bruny Island is known for its abundant wildlife which includes birds such as penguins and mutton birds and also echidnas, wombats and pademelons. The areas contains sacred Aboriginal sites as well the second-oldest staffed lighthouse in Australia!



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Maria Island is only accessible by ferry but offers a myriad of walking and cycling options. The island has a rich convict history and abundant marine life and wildlife, making it perfect for snorkeling and diving.



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Tasmania is abundant in many species of Australia's wildlife that are rare and on the verge of extinction. The mountainous landscape makes for a perfect adventure for an outdoor lover or hiker. Why not explore Tasmania in a campervan or motorhome? It's the perfect way to get to places that you can't get any other way! Check out our range of vans available in Tasmania here. 



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