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Lake Judd in Tasmania, Southwest National Park
Photo: Lake Judd in Tasmania, Southwest National Park

National Parks in Tasmania

See the Map of Tasmania National Parks.

The pristine wilderness of Tasmania is protected by national parks and World Heritage Sites, perfect for camping and trekking or even short walks that offer stunning vistas.

Tasmania is famed for its national parks and vast pristine wilderness areas including Freycinet National Park, consisting of more than 24,700 acres of natural beauty. There is evidence of ancient Aboriginal settlements here and excellent coastal walks. Not to be missed is the World Heritage Site of the Tasmania Wilderness.

North West

See the parks on the North West Tasmania Map.

North East

  • Strzelecki NP (Flinders Island)
  • Mt William NP
  • Ben Lomond NP has snow in winter and slopes to ski.
  • Douglas Aspley NP

See the parks on the North East Tasmania Map.

South West Tasmania

  • Mount Field NP
  • Southwest NP - There are suitable areas for picnics and short walks, to hiking and trekking the wilderness along trails, the park itself is stunning.
  • Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

See the parks on the North West Tasmania Map.

South East Tasmania

  • Freycinet National Park - Consisting of more than 24,700 acres of natural beauty. There is evidence of ancient Aboriginal settlement here and wonderful pristine coastal walks.
  • Maria Island National Park - Noted for its wildlife diversity.
  • Mount Wellington: Near Hobart with stunning views of the surrounds Mount Wellington.
  • Tasman NP - Wonderful coastal scenery.
  • South Bruny Island NP. Also noted for its wild and stunning coastal scenery.
  • Hartz Mountain NP

See the parks on the South East Tasmania Map.

To the south of the continent of Australia, Tasmania offers magnificent untouched wilderness areas with rushing whitewater rivers, rugged coastlines and trees thousands of years old.

With more than a fifth of Tasmania being under heritage and ecological protection, Tasmania is a splendid getaway from busy Sydney and Melbourne, or even the rest of the world.

These vast untouched areas continue to attract visitors from all over the world. Combined with the fresh tastes of Tasmanian food including seafood, specially brewed beers and flavourful wines it will continue to do so.

Futher reading about the Tasmania Gordon River.

There is normally a fee for entry to the parks, funds are used to upkeep the parks and reserves. Find out more Parks Tasmania Shop.

Current Weather for Hobart Tasmania

Tasmania has variable weather that can change quickly and in winter months, due to the extreme southerly position of the island, can get cold. It is neccessary to have suitable clothing on hand if your going for anything longer than a short walk.

See more about the current weather for Tasmania - Hobart Tasmania Weather.

Map of the National Parks in Australia

See more about the National Parks and Reserves in Australia and the National Parks Map.

 

Hotels in Tasmania

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