Strzelecki National Park, Flinders Island

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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.
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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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