Salmon Ponds
Salmon Ponds

Salmon Ponds
Salmon Ponds

Horseshoe Falls
Horseshoe Falls

Salmon Ponds
Salmon Ponds

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MT FIELD NATIONAL PARK TOUR

From $80 per person

Mt Field National Park: is Tasmania's first national park, with stunning vistas, great walks, abundant wildlife and excellent visitor facilities. An easy drive from Hobart, Mount Field has been popular with nature lovers for well over a century.

Where to go?

How far?

190km, from Hobart to Mt Field National Park and Gordon Dam.

How long?

8.30 – 18.30 or 10 hours.

What is that?

Mt Field National Park: is Tasmania's first national park, with stunning vistas, great walks, abundant wildlife and excellent visitor facilities. An easy drive from Hobart, Mount Field has been popular with nature lovers for well over a century.

New Norfolk is a bustling town on the River Derwent with a rich history, quality produce and pretty rural scenery. It's also the commercial and residential heart of the Derwent Valley.

The Salmon Ponds is the oldest trout hatchery in the southern hemisphere. They supplied the base stock of streams and lakes in Australia and New Zealand. Have the incredible opportunity to feed the trout and salmon before inspecting the Museum of Trout Fishing and fascinating Tasmanian Angling Hall of fame within stunning English parklands.

Russell Falls is one of Tasmania’s most treasured places. Enjoy the wilderness, marvel at the tall tree ferns, and witness the spectacular sight of Russell Falls.

Lunch break: Fast food / Local restaurants / Self prepared meals. Recommendation: Brunch at The Salmon Ponds or café at The Possum Shed.

The Possum Shed: Enjoy delicious lunches made with fresh Tasmanian produce or indulge in their home-made cakes, scones and other delights while sampling some of the wide range of teas and coffees available. Spend time browsing the local art, craft and photography on display in the cafe or admiring the scenery from the deck and garden. If you are among the lucky, you may even spot Flossie, the resident platypus.

Gordon Dam: Located in South West Tasmania at the edge of the famed World Heritage Wilderness Area, the dam appears to be the only manmade creation for miles, its curved concrete façade standing in stark contrast to the surrounding natural scenery.

What to bring?

  • The Tasmanian weather may be unpredictable with strong wind all year round.

  • Sunglasses and jumpers are optional.

  • Running/Hiking gears are recommended as you may spend some long trips at Mt Field National Park.           

Tour Packages

2 Passengers

$165/person

3 Passengers

$150/person

4 Passengers

$135/person

5 Passengers

$125/person

6 Passengers

$110/person

7 Passengers

$100/person

8 Passengers

$90/person

9 Passengers

$90/person

10 Passengers

$90/person

11 Passengers

$90/person

What's Included?

  • National Park Pass

  • Drinking water

  • Home pick-up and drop-off

What's not Included?

  • Food and Beverage at Restaurants

  • Lunch

Interested in learning about more flexible travel packages, including Charter Tours? Get in touch today.