Category Archives: Mount Field National Park

Top 12 Places Visited in Tasmania

I definitely enjoyed my visit in Tasmania, Australia. And if I will have another opportunity to visit the country, I will visit again the island for the other parts that I haven’t seen yet. Since I finished featuring Tasmania, here’s my top list itinerary that I had when I traveled the island. TOP 1 – CRADLE MOUNTAIN For me, it

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Tasmania (Day 1) : From Mount Field to Lake St Clair to Donaghys Hill

I flew to Hobart from Melbourne at Sunday evening, June 16, 2013. I booked 3-Days tour from 17 to 19 and will return to Melbourne at 20th of the same month. I was booked for overnight stay at Edinburgh Gallery Bed & Breakfast for the next day’s start of adventure. Monday, I woke-up early and had a quick breakfast in

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Picture Frame : Russell Falls

Picture Frame (Post#4) : Russell Falls The tour that I joined involves nature adventure, it includes a bit of walking and trekking. When the tour started, our first stop after reaching Mount Field National Park was Russell Falls which said to be Tasmania’s prettiest waterfall. The water flows in layer which makes it really a fascinating falls.  These photos are part

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Discovery : Eucalyptus Regnans (Mountain Ash, Swamp Gum, or Stringy Gum)

Discovery (Post#18) : Eucalyptus Regnans (Mountain Ash, Swamp Gum, or Stringy Gum) Eucalyptus Regnans, the tallest Flowering Trees in Earth that can be found in Mount Field National Park in Tasmania. It is second tallest to the coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens). The  photos are showing the remnants of the Eucalyptus Regnans where the middle of it is hollow. And another

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Life Of Others : Scarlet Robin

Life Of Others (Post#7) : Scarlet Robin Aside from Tasmanian Pademelon, we saw Scarlet Robin while continuing the walks around Russell Falls. Thinking that it will fly away from us, I took the snapshot from a distance. I was fascinated because I saw this kind of birds on their natural habitat and not in the cages. The photo is part

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3-Days Itinerary To Explore Tassie

Even though the season in Australia at that time was winter, the season cannot stop me from going somewhere. Because of the thoughts that I will be leaving Australia in August in that same year of 2013 and thinking that I will never be returning again during my first project, I really planned to see as much as I can

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Life Of Others : Tasmanian Pademelon

Life Of Others (Post#6) : Tasmanian Pademelon During the first day tour in Tasmania, while we were exploring Mount Field National Park, we found a Tasmanian Pademelon, one of the species of pademelon or marsupials that are solitary and nocturnal. That is the reason why they commonly found in thick vegetation and forests. They are like wallaby and kangaroos, the difference

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