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Strzelecki National Park, Flinders Island
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Strzelecki National Park is a national park on Flinders Island, Tasmania (Australia), 307 km north of Hobart. It is named after Sir Paul Edmund Strzelecki, a famous Polish explorer and geologist who made a lot of his explorations on the Australian continent.Arrange your visit to Strzelecki National Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Flinders Island using our Flinders Island itinerary builder.
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Walk to top of mountain is pretty demanding and will take at least 2 hours to top ( 2.8 kms) but is safe - just steep at times. Views are amazing from the 750 m summit and all sorts of flora and fauna... read more »
Wow what can I say if you get the chance to walk this track I recommend doing it leave your self a good 45min to just sit at the top and take in the views
We stayed under the mountain and it was delightful. Wished we had had time to run up to the top. The granite makes an imposing backdrop to the nearby ocean.
Great walk with fantastic views of the whole island. Interesting geology, flora and fauna. A little hard on the knees-alot of up and then alot of down! The track doesnt vary too much.
Flinders Island is Australia's best kept secret.
Excelent jone and naturly expirience pure and sure station for this park
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