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Mount William National Park

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Wallaby and wombats haven

We took a long slow drive through this park and saw so much wildlife and birds. It was very... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2017
dixiepeach
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Kansas City
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Relaxing getaway off the grid

We had a couple of relaxing nights off the grid at Mount William National Park recently. We made... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2017
Saranapier
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12 Sep 2017
“Wallaby and wombats haven”
6 Mar 2017
“Relaxing getaway off the grid”
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Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

We took a long slow drive through this park and saw so much wildlife and birds. It was very scenic. Take some snacks and drinks with you as there aren't very many places to buy any.

1  Thank dixiepeach
Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

We had a couple of relaxing nights off the grid at Mount William National Park recently. We made use of the campsite at Stumpys Bay, and the beautiful beaches. Make sure you take everything you need in (and take it back out with you when...More

1  Thank Saranapier
Reviewed 5 March 2017

We stayed near to St Helens and spent the day driving up the gravel road towards Mt Williams park, visiting Ansons Bay, Eddystone Point and the Forester Kangaroo Drive. Lovely weather and blue skies made this a perfect day and we saw few people. Would...More

2  Thank Julie P
Reviewed 22 January 2017

It's 44 kms (gps) from St. Helens to Eddystone Point in the National Park. 35kms of that would be gravel road but I was really surprised at how smooth and well maintained the road was. To get to the National Park you wind your way...More

1  Thank Peter D
Reviewed 5 July 2016

we regulary visit Eddystone point as we have a shack situated there near the deep creek camping area, our shack is 53 years old and we have owned it for 21 years. It takes around 1 hour to get there from St Helens, 55kms but...More

4  Thank Wilbur400
Reviewed 12 February 2016

This out-of-the-way Nationsl Park is well worth the drive. It did not take us as long to find as we thought it would. Once there, we discovered beautiful beaches with camp sights just the other side of the dunes. Bring all the food and water...More

1  Thank Klista R
Reviewed 19 December 2015

Mt. William National Park covers a fairly large area of mostly flat sandy country in the far North East of Tasmania, with a long section of coastline immediately to the North of the Bay of a Fires. Mt. William itself is a hill 216 m...More

2  Thank HK_Sydney2013
Reviewed 24 January 2015

We drove to Eddystone Point from St Helens. Like other reviewers we found the gravel roads in good condition and easy to navigate in a sedan. The scenery was spectacular including the stone lighthouse. There are several short walks to do from the car park....More

Thank Melanie M
Reviewed 21 November 2014

I loved this National Park. It is probably one of the more remote Parks as there are no restaurants or even shops nearby. To get there it is necessary to travel on a dirt road for about 15 km, however a four wheel drive is...More

4  Thank Rosemary H
Reviewed 26 February 2014

My wife and I visited this park in February 2014. We drove to the park from Saint Mary's. The last 45 km is on a gravel road. We drove it in our Hyundai I20 non four wheel drive. The road was fine. A dirt road...More

5  Thank nohassle1956
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