Mt Field and Bonorong Circuit
Wilderness, waterfalls, fluffy creatures and history – this day tour has it all!
Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park is one of the most accessible and most photographed waterfalls in Tasmania. Spot glow worms as you stroll through temperate rainforest, past mossy glens and under giant man ferns. This tiered waterfall will take your breath away. We travel through the picturesque Derwent…
Spot the glow worms as you walk under giant tree ferns to the gushing Russell Falls – the most photographed waterfall in Tasmania. You’ll understand why when you see it.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Hand-feed wallabies and get up close and personal with Tassie Devils, wombats, quolls and a large variety of birdlife. Don’t forget to have a chat with Fred, the 100-year-old cockatoo!
Discover Tasmania’s fascinating convict history as you wander through this quaint sandstone village. See Australia’s oldest bridge and oldest Catholic Church.
Enjoy the drive through the Derwent Valley, past New Norfolk and into rich farming land as we head south-west to Mount Field National Park.
Visit The Salmon Ponds and feed the fish. Learn about the history of trout fishing in Tasmania at this historic salmon hatchery.
Walk among towering swamp gums, myrtle and tall man ferns as you head to Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park. The magnificent Russell Falls is the most photographed waterfall in Tasmania. You’ll understand why when you see it.
Grab a bite to eat at Waterfalls Café in the national park.
Meet our unique fluffy creatures at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. See famous Tasmanian Devils, waddling wombats, fluffy quolls and hand-feed wallabies.
Step back into the convict era at the pretty historic town of Richmond. Walk over and under the oldest convict-constructed sandstone bridge in Australia and peruse the antique shops and galleries. Oh, and there’s an old-school lolly shop for those with a sweet tooth.
If doing the longer tour, end the day at the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington with breathtaking views over Hobart, the River Derwent, Bruny Island and the Huon Valley.