Tasmania Russell Falls

One of the oldest and most accessible parks in Tasmania, Mount Field features wheelchair accessible paths as well as hiking routes across the area.

Mount Field National Park hosts a wide diversity of fungi, plants and micro-climates with rainforests made of eucalyptus and ferns to explore as well as lakes and glaciers.

The varied landscape offers habitat to a wide range of wildlife with platypus living in Lake Dobson and wombats and echidnas being regularly spotted.

Russell Fall is one of the highlights of the park where water cascades over two tiers with hiking trails through the rainforest.

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