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Mount Field National Park, Freycinet
(4.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • I liked this place. Its a moist forest, so wear washable shoes and rain resistant clothes. Also bring a dry cloth for your camera lens after the mist coates it in water. Also bring plenty of snacks. T...  more »
  • We called in here for 4 hours on Monday 17th October and walked for most of that time to waterfalls, looked at huge Swamp Gums, enjoyed Wallabies and some beautiful parrots. It had recently rained and...  more »
  • Wow! So beautiful and accessible! I felt comfortable hiking alone as a woman- very family friendly but not too crowded this time of year. Russell Falls is so amazing. The visitor center was well desig...  more »
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  • Mt Field is an amazing place for a day outing or for camping for several days. The Parks staff are friendly, and the visitor centre is equipped with toilet and play area facilities. The short walk --about an hour round trip- to Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls is a must. If you've got time, the tall trees walk is amazing too. Lake Dobson can be reached through a narrow winding path after a 30 min drive. The drive is totally worth it.
  • A beautiful national park with some of the prettiest bushwalks I have ever done. The fern trees on the way to Russell Falls and the pandanus palms around Lake Dobson create a fairyland to walk through. These walks are short and easy to do with children and grandparents. Of course, there are longer walks too, as well as skiing in winter. A great park.
  • family park, if you want to teach your children about nature this is a great place to start. Nice treks and trails for beginners.
  • Beautiful scenery if you enjoy nature and rainforest, or waterfalls.
  • Love love love this place. Its so peaceful and great for walks