Marriott’s Falls is a hidden gem to rival the beauty and spectacle of the nearby Russell Falls, without the droves of tourists that accompany it. This track offers a moderate family walk that's "off the beaten track".
Lakes Pedder and its companion Lake Gordon, comprise the largest inland freshwater storage in Australia, covering over 500 square kilometres and holding more than 37 times the volume of water than Sydney Harbour.
The fagus is a rare native deciduous tree, found only in mountainous areas of western Tasmania, which turns a spectacular range of autumn colours in late April and May, attracting visitors for what's called the "Turning of The Fagus". Image by Kelly Slater
The Westerway Raspberry Farm grows the sweetest raspberries, blackcurrant, blackberries, silvanberries, golden raspberries and red currants, which they sell from the farm shop November to March. If you prefer you can also venture into the fields and pick your own.
We are surrounded by lush forest teaming with wildlife and at night you'll see wallabies, pademelons and possums throughout our gardens and a family of platypus live in the river at the end of our street.
Australia's biggest gravity-based mountain bike and adventure park, operating a commercial uplift service, with unique trails for all abilities and stunning wilderness surrounds for mountain bikers and sightseers.
A short nature trail through rainforest and open woodland leads to the entrance of the cave where Junee River rises to the surface. The 18,500 hectare Junee-Florentine karst system has the deepest two caves in Australia.
Glow worms can be seen at night along the rainforest path to Russell Falls at Mt Field National Park. Grab a torch and see what other nocturnal wildlife you can find on the short walk from the Park's Visitor Centre.
Mt Field is Tasmania's oldest national park, with stunning vistas, alpine plateaus, glacier-carved lakes, lush rainforest, gorgeous waterfalls, some of the world's tallest trees and abundant wildlife. Waterfalls Cafe & Galleryopen daily at the Visitor Centre.
A unique and exciting wilderness dining and adventure destination, perched 1,100 metres above the South West Wilderness, at the Summit of Maydena Bike Park, with breathtaking 360 degree views across the Styx Valley and Mount Field National Park.
The oldest trout hatchery in the southern hemisphere; opened in the 1860's to supply the base stock of streams and lakes in Australia and New Zealand. There is a lot of history here with a small fish museum and you can view fish breeding in all its stages from fingerlings to full grown trout and Atlantic salmon. Beautiful gardens, picnic and BBQ areas.