Mount Field National Park

Be awed by the majestic forest at Mount Field National Park. One of Tasmania’s oldest national parks, Mount Field stretches across 16,000 hectares of diverse vegetation – ranging from swamp gum and fern forests, to rainforest and alpine vegetation. Russell Falls is the Park’s most visited spot – a three-tiered waterfall surrounded by lush vegetation. The Park is also home to the world’s tallest flowering plant, the giant swamp gum, which reaches a height of 30 metres, and can be seen during the Tall Trees walk.



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