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Mount William National Park Tasmania Review

Mt William features sparkling granite boulders covered with bright orange lichen, long sandy beaches and clear, blue seas. Located in Tasmania’s far north-east corner, the park is significant for the conservation of Tasmania’s coastal heathlands and dry sclerophyll plants and is a colourful place in spring and summer, when the park’s open grasslands are ablaze with fields of wildflowers in bloom. The Xanthorrhoea plant, with its grass-like skirt and tall flower spike, is common throughout the park. There’s an amazing diversity of animals here too, including rare Forester kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, Tasmanian devils, Bennetts wallabies and pademelons. Birds are particularly abundant, with honeyeaters, wrens, robins, finches and pardalotes found in the park. Yellow-...

Mitchell Falls Camping Review

First things first before i go on about the Mitchell Falls Camping Review, I want to say that the most popular camping area on the Mitchell Plateau is huge, yes huge! It is split into a “quiet area” and one that is suitable for generator use. As you can imagine the sites have plenty of room and thankfully every site is lucky enough to have a fireplace. There are toilets but no showers. Water is available from Mertens Creek. A drinking water collection point is located upstream, complete with steps and a bucket on a chain. Downstream, at the other end of the camping area, you can use the creek for swimming and bathing. Obviously no soap is allowed in the creek. There are sealed vault pit toilets and water is available from Mertens Creek. Water (collected at a point upstream) but...

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