Mount Fair is located 70 kilometers northwest of Hobart and takes about an hour by car. It is called MOUNT FIELD NATIONAL PARK, which is the oldest national park in Tasmania with the Fischen National Park. There are many hiking routes in the vicinity of Mount Fir National Park. You can choose to walk according to your time and physical ability. It is not difficult to walk and leisurely. The scenery is best with RUSSEL FALLS, HORSESHOE FALLS and LADY BARRON FALLS. The three waterfalls range from near to far and take 25 minutes, 45 minutes and 2 hours respectively. In addition, Mount Fir also has a small lake (LAKE NEWDEGATE) surrounded by green trees.
Transportation: Hobart Departs to the northwest along HWY 1 - A10 passes the new Norfolk to B62 - the B61.
Tickets: The parking fee is 24 yuan for cars and 12 dollars for adults. The parking fee is not charged for adults. The fare needs to be discharged in a prominent position on the car. The
scenic entrance will issue a free hiking route map, and there will be a very significant sign on the walk, so don't worry.
is the most spectacular in Luosi Waterfall. Before watching a lot of people, the amount of water in the travels was small. I have to say that it is also a burst of my own character. The Luoshi Waterfall is divided into five stacks from top to bottom, and there may be more, the water is raging, and the water on the wooden plank road before the waterfall is filled.
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