Mt. Field National Park


Take a guided walk around the beautiful grounds of the oldest trout hatchery, Salmon Ponds, in the Southern Hemisphere. Visit the hatchery and its museum, and then feed hatchlings in the fishponds. Next you will visit Mt. Field National Park. A Designated a World Heritage Site, features a walk through stands of the world’s tallest hardwood trees and Tasmanian rain forest to view spectacular Russell Falls.
  • Tour Code

    HBA020

  • Location

    Hobart

  • Activity Types

    Eco / Environment Tour

  • Experience Types

    Sightseeing, Sightseeing

  • Duration

    5 hours

  • Fitness Level

    Low

  • Price

    Adult from $89.99
    Children (12 & under) from $89.99


Photography

Bring your camera to collect photos of the beautiful scenery and each of our destinations.

Refreshments

Special Notes

To make your day as enjoyable as possible, please ensure that you wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat, SPF30+ or higher factor sunscreen and bottled water.

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