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Hartz Mountains National Park

22 Main Road | Raminea - not Huonville, Tasmania 7116, Australia
+61 3 6264 8460
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Overlook at Ladies Tarn

Have done all the walks here, but I just love coming back. The wildflowers, views and changeable... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Alice R
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Amazing tall timber stunning views

Hartz Mountains National Park is like another world the trees are gigantic (massive trunks). The... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Damian S
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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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22 Main Road | Raminea - not Huonville, Tasmania 7116, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Have done all the walks here, but I just love coming back. The wildflowers, views and changeable weather conditions makes this place. Once we got up the pass instead of turning left to climb the peak we rock scrambled right until we found a great...More

Thank Alice R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hartz Mountains National Park is like another world the trees are gigantic (massive trunks). The scenery is breath taking, like no where else on earth. Do miss out on a visit to Hartz Mountains when visiting this area of Tasmania.

Thank Damian S
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

Even though it was a cold day (Fathers Day) and there was some snow about it was a good trip. The road is not too bad although a bit slippery in places, so take care. It was good to go to the barbecue hut and...More

2  Thank robertandfiona2016
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Reviewed August 23, 2017

Worth the visit even though the gravel track seems to be quite long! YOu can get some cracking photographs from the various lookouts at Hartz Mountain Nation Park! Would definitely recommend!

1  Thank Alex B
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Reviewed March 22, 2017

We only did the smaller walks so far but are intending to get to the top one day. What a different world it is up there, fauna is amazing, lakes great, all up a magic place indeed :)

2  Thank Bojangles1954
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Reviewed March 10, 2017

We found this place in a book called "60 great walk in Tasmania". It was amazing, so so beautiful and wild. I am sorry that Tasmania Tourism Industry does not represent and promote such a astonishing area in a proper way. The scenes from the...More

4  Thank amiri455
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Reviewed March 1, 2017

Our hike on Hartz Moutain was on a rainy, windy and misty day. Along the walk, the landscape and the vegetation we saw was magical.The return walk is moderate in difficulty, however the climb to the peak can be a little tricky. Once you get...More

Thank JuT26
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Reviewed February 18, 2017

This is a magnificent place for a hike. It starts along an easy boardwalk and even if you opt not to climb the mountain, stopping at the tarns is worthwhile. They are beautiful and unspoilt. The hike up the mountain needs a certain level of...More

1  Thank Helen B
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Reviewed January 28, 2017 via mobile

After a nice trip driving up the mountain and watching the vegetation change the further we went we pulled into a small car park and took a scenic 20 minute walk to a water fall. It was rainy, windy and misty, but this just added...More

Thank Allysiak
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Reviewed January 19, 2017 via mobile

The Hartz Mountain walk 3-4 hours walk return, is a magnificent pristine alpine garden, at present an array of delicate flowers ie Mountain rockets everywhere. The day picnic shelter is the best

1  Thank 200Helen1962
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hidebs
April 26, 2015|
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Not easily. Try the official park page, they give info on buses etc. At least you can get close, then try a long hike? Good luck! parks tas gov then Hartz then a link to public trans access
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