Photograph by John Voss, supplied by Tourism Tasmania

Mt Anne, Lake Pedder and Surrounds



Tasmania is blessed with a huge array of National parks, covering a wide variety of vegetation. While many are accessible only to the serious bushwalker, others can be experienced by the casual visitor. Quality roads and facilities allow everyone to enjoy the majesty of our mountains, tall hardwood forests, limestone caves, waterfalls and pristine white beaches.

The most visited parks are:

National Park Getting there
Maria Island Daily ferry service from Triabunna
Freycinet Coaches most days from Hobart and Launceston
Ben Lomond Coaches during the ski season (limited)
Cradle Mountain Public bus and tours from Devonport, Launceston and Hobart
Lake St. Clair Public bus and tours from Launceston, Devonport and Hobart
Mt. Field Public bus (seasonal) and day tours to view the Russell Falls
Hastings Caves Day tours from Hobart

For more information on our parks, visit: