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We found great results, but some are outside Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Showing results in neighbouring cities.
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Three Capes Track Port Arthur 31.7 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Port Arthur
Loved the ‘Encounters on the Edge’ book, it provides an opportunity to catch your breath, listen to the sounds of nature, & learn about Tasmania’s flora & fauna, history etc.
Wonderful 4 days walk with good self guided walking paths and excellent accommodation with good cooking facilities and park staff.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Brighton 12.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Whether you want to feed and pat friendly kangaroos, have a photo up close and personal with a koala or a wombat or see a Tasmanian devil - this is the best wildlife park in Australia to do all these amazing activ...
I had a great catch up with them, Ziad who runs the food hut is an awesome bloke and we chatted for ages, and Greg who runs the park now, another awesome fella, came up to say hi to me as well and made me feel ver...
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#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
The vegetation, the snow-capped mountains, the pure natural beauty of the free-running streams and the rugged rustic nature of that great Austrian pioneer, Gustav Weindorfer's hand-constructed cottage were all tot...
The National Park at Cradle mountain has really wonderful scenery with beautiful vistas, natural rainforests and the parks department has done a splendid job of making the area accessible by providing paths and ra...
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#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Took the gentler approach from Ronny Creek car park, lovely views of other hills, gentle river and lake, the only steep bit was last 20mins.
We undertook the walk from Ronny's car park to Marion's lookout, then down to Dove Lake via Wombat Pool and then the Dove Lake Circuit.
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#3 of 11 Nature & Parks in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
... is well laid out with boardwalks & steps in the majority of the walk Stunning scenic photo opportunities in many parts of the walk, lots of sandy "beaches" and beautiful bush land to enjoy nature at its best
The dove lake circuit is made accessible by the brilliant Parks and Wildlife people who have laid an excellent boardwalk around the circuit.
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Mount Wellington Hobart 4.6 mi away
#1 of 26 Nature & Parks in Hobart
Day went cold loved different atompshere reminded dark forest beautiful loved nature creation misty day goid fun see mountains fun glorly love place just special highly say great place visit On hols meet nice peop...
The park at the summit offers excellent views of Hobart, and southern and eastern Tasmania, access to hiking trails, and a class enclosed viewing room for those cold and windy days up there (even is summer).
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#4 of 11 Nature & Parks in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Fantastic little park to visit with the family, very informative and well presented.
... about our endless questions , we learned a lot about these fascinating animals and what the Tasmanian parks and this and other centres are doing about preserving these native animals , they also have quolls wh...
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#2 of 26 Nature & Parks in Hobart
If you are looking for a botanical explosion of wonderment, a taxonomical delight or just simply a place to get amongst the best nature can offer, a trip to the botanical gardens are a must.
Great spot for picnics and you cant miss the beautiful Japanese Garden kind of hidden in the park.
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Russell Falls Mount Field National Park 34.5 mi away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Mount Field National Park
The Mount Field National Park offers some fantastic hiking, but for an easy stroll through mossy forest to a spectacular waterfall, this one is for everyone.
Breathtaking national park with spacious camping fabulous children's playground great walk followed by a fantastic coffee at Waterfalls Cafe
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#5 of 11 Nature & Parks in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
My wife and I joined 10 other trekkers on the Cradle Huts guided walk in November2017 .Blessed with stunning weather and convivial companions this trek in the Tasmanian wildernesses a celebration of nature in its...
This is my favourite part of the national park, the walks are picturesque, easy and helps you connect with your self.
Tahune Adventures Geeveston 33.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Geeveston
The wonderfully engineered treetops walk puts you right up there with nature and the views of mountains and the Huon River are spectacular.
Having lived locally to the Lamington National Park, for a while, our kids spent a good part of their toddler-hood on the treetop walk at Green Mountains.
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Fortescue Bay Eaglehawk Neck 38.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Eaglehawk Neck
An immaculate beach deep in the national park with excellent camping facilities for $13-16 a night.
Some unique nature, including aquatic life and birds.
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Hastings Caves State Reserve Hastings 43.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Hastings
The sights inside the cave were absolutely spectacular!!! Tasmania Parks has made it so easy to travel through the cave and has used lightening to spectacular effect enhancing the fantastic natural display of stal...
The bubs handled the tour with ease and loved looking up at the beautiful displays of nature at work.
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Tessellated Pavement Eaglehawk Neck 31.5 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Eaglehawk Neck
If you visiting that part of Tasmania, make sure you take a little time to enjoy this amazing creation of nature!
We found a friendly park ranger down at the pavement beach and he was so friendly and great with all the kids who got an impromptu science lesson about the life in the rock pools for about 20 mins.
#6 of 11 Nature & Parks in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Lake St Claire is situated at the southern end of the Cradle Mountain - Lake St Claire National Park and is accessed from Derwent Bridge.
There is an information centre which is very up-to-date with all the nature and wildlife and flora, etc. around the area but also gives the details of the evolution of the whole area.
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Hartz Mountains National Park Tasmania, Australia 38.3 mi away
#46 of 284 Nature & Parks in Tasmania
If you like fresh air, wilderness, to stand on a mountain, see across forests and waterways and walk between ancient plant structures - then this is National Park is well worth a visit.
From the car park you walk along a wooden path from were you can see the mountain through the whole walk.
Seven Mile Beach Seven Mile Beach 10.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Seven Mile Beach
Lovely soft sand, many places to park and walk, great views of the coastline and surrounding hills, islands.
We stayed at the caravan park, very relaxing, good showers and amenities.
Tasmanian Devil Unzoo Taranna 29.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Taranna
... insight into the devils and we have now a new understanding of and admiration for these cute little fellows.We also enjoyed the Bird show, the Kangaroo feeding and the Native Plant/Stringy bark Hill Nature walk.
A good easy park to navigate around and lots to see, would strongly recommend making the time to stop and see the kangaroos, Cape Baron geese, various birds and the Tasmania Devils.
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Zoodoo Zoo Richmond 12.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Richmond
A great place to interact with a lot of native animals this is more a Wildlife Park/Farm than a zoo but still a great place to visit, especially if you have young kids (or even just young at heart).
Loved the safari ride through the park with stops to feed the emus, zebras, and camels all from the comfort of the open sided bus.
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Tasman National Park Eaglehawk Neck 31.5 mi away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Eaglehawk Neck
This national park is one of the most spectacular you could find, with amazing cliffs, beautiful bush, pretty beaches and walks ranging from really short and easy to multi-day hikes.
Heap of short stops along the drive including Tasman National Park Lookout, Tessellated Pavement, Officer's Quarters Museum, Pirate Bay, The Blowhole, Fossil Bay Lookout, Tasman's Arch, Devil's Kitchen.
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Sandy Bay Hobart 2.4 mi away
#3 of 26 Nature & Parks in Hobart
If you wander round the water in Sandy Bay, you will see a lot of artifacts from early Tasmania, beautiful parks, and a lovely, accommodating shopping centre, with motels, supermarkets, resautrants, pubs, banks, t...
this is a great place to go for peaceful views of sailboats in a park-like setting, it is a dog walking beach, so be prepared to see folks who live in the are out and about with their animals.
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Sub-Antarctic Plant House Hobart 1.0 mi away
#4 of 26 Nature & Parks in Hobart
I don't think anyone could be disappointed by this experience, especially plant and nature lovers.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in New Norfolk
If time allows take a stroll through the huge and tranquil idyllic park that displays 54 trees from all over the world which are all labelled.
Salmon Ponds is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable experiences, set in what reminds me of an English Park.
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#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kettering
The refuge is about as far from a zoo or wildlife park as possible, designed perfectly for a few people at a time to experience these amazing birds--the tour is up close and personal, and is absolutely perfect tha...
You will leave moved by both nature and humanity.
Horseshoe Falls Mount Field National Park 34.5 mi away
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Mount Field National Park
The staff at reception where you need to purchase your Parks and Wildlife Pass, were extremely helpful with lots of knowledge about the area and attractions.
one place i wanted to visit was Mnt Field national Park and Russell Falls, and Horseshoe Falls.
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Train Park Hobart 1.1 mi away
#5 of 26 Nature & Parks in Hobart
Great park! Shade for sitting, excellent slides and swings etc, a train track painted on the path for bikes - just fantastic.
It is only small so it can fill up early but there is so much to do for every age, it has great play equipment for little kids and big kids, big clean shaded barbeques, clean toilets and a very well set out park i...
Kingston Beach Kingston 6.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Kingston
One of the most beautiful beaches, nature walks at both ends, the best dog beach ,and has great cafes and restaurants.
You can walk in a circuit and take in Brown's River, a view of Mt Wellington and then take time out to use some adult exercise equipment in Balmoral Park.
Long Beach Hobart 0.4 mi away
#6 of 26 Nature & Parks in Hobart
It has a great view of Mt Wellington, the Derwent & Great Park & Beach for the kids.
Easy walking, cafés, good seafood restaurant, children's park and sports field - something for everyone - even a dog walking area.
Waterfall Bay Eaglehawk Neck 33.0 mi away
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Eaglehawk Neck
Either way, it takes a little more effort to get here than some of the other more well known attractions in Tasman National Park, but the views make it absolutely worth it - do the walk if you can!
Nature at its best.
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Styx Valley Maydena 38.4 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Maydena
This walk is lovely - fresh air, great trees and wonderful sense of nature.
The forest here is specatacular in places, much gnarlier than Mt Field National Park.